9 COOL BREEDS FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT UNIQUE PET 

Those bizarre, hairless cats are known as the Canadian Sphynx, and they are named after Egyptian sculptures due to an unmistakable resemblance.

Canadian Sphynx

Think of a dachshund (sausage dog) in cat form, and you have your munchkin. This cat is defined by its short legs and was fully recognized as a breed in 1991.

Munchkin

One of the most “common” unusual cat breeds, the Manx, is distinctive because it has no tail. This doesn’t have to be a barrier to leading a full and active life.

Manx

This is a large cat with similarities to a bobcat. The Pixie-Bob is recommended for owners looking for their pets to be more active, as this feline likes to play fetch and can even be taken for walks on a leash.

Pixie-Bob

The clue is in the name of this unusual cat breed. The Scottish Fold originates from Scotland and is notable for its folded ears. From certain angles, they almost appear earless, and they are adorable visually.

Scottish Fold

The largest domestic cat in the world, the Maine is named after the state from where it originates.

Maine

Originating from Montana in the USA, the Selkirk Rex is the cat with the curliest fur. Kittens are adorable, with many having curly little ringlets in their whiskers.

Selkirk Rex

It’s a product of crossbreeding a Siamese with a Burmese, and this produced a stunning set of aqua-colored eyes that are unique in the feline world.

Tonkinese

A more common breed than some of the cats on this list, the Bengal has a striking coat with a plush feel and stunning markings.

Bengal

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