5 Most Expensive Cats in the World
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5 Most Expensive Cats in the World

5 Most Expensive Cats in the World
  A lot of people indulge in furry feline companions, however, investing in them as luxury possessions is surely not commonly heard of.  A lot many of us have heard about super-expensive dogs, but we’ve not really come across cats being expensive pets.  It is estimated by the ASPCA that there are around 70 million cats in the United States and most pet cats were either found stray or were gifted from friends or family.    However, there are a couple of breeds for which you would really have to loosen your purse strings. The best part is that cats prove to be more affordable when it comes to its general upkeep which is roughly $295 as compared to dog care which costs almost twice as much.  Here is a look at the five most expensive cat breeds in the world.   5.  Peterbald Cat This feline would cost anywhere between $1000 – $5000. This bald cat is the latest breed and the most sought after too. 4. Persian Cat This cute furry friend would cost you somewhere between $1,000 – $6,000. These lapcats that bear the innocent faces of pugs have long and fluffy hair. Very cute indeed! 3.  Bengal Cat Now this fierce cat has the traits of a dog and is very playful.  This tough feline with a marbled or spotted coat would cost you anywhere from $1,000 – $10,000. 2. Savannah Cat The Savannah is slightly bigger in form when compared to the Bengal and has a coat that resembles that of a leopard.  This wild cat would cost you anywhere between$15,000 – $35,000 as it is a cross breed between a domestic cat and an African Serval. 1. Ashera Cat The Ashera is the most expensive feline breed in the world and is priced at $27,950. This cat is hypoallergenic and comes from a biotech company by the name of Lifestyle Pets that has gained proficiency in the production of hypoallergenic pets. Since its inception in 2004, the company has come under the scanner many a times, particularly because the hypoallergenic trait has not been scientifically proved in the cats.  In fact, some customers claim that in spite of payment, they have not received the cat till date.  A cattery in Pennsylvania has claimed that the company is basically trying to create a new buzz and is actually reselling Savannah cats at a higher cost. However, according to insurance companies that cats that make it to the top three in terms of insurance claims were Siamese, Bengals and Himalayans!
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