10 Strangest Cat Breeds In The World

1. Munchkin: Due to a genetic mutation, the Munchkin has very short legs. 

2. Devon Rex: The Devon Rex has a small, triangular head with very wide ears at the base, curled vibrissae and large round eyes.

3. Savannah: The Savannah is a cross between the serval (wild feline) and the domestic cat. Being a hybrid, it tends to have a wild nature.

4. American Curl: The American Curl features funny curly ears. The first known specimen appeared on the doorstep of the Rugas family in California in 1981.

5. Exotic Shorthair: The Exotic Shorthair was born from a cross between a British Shorthair and an American Shorthair.

6. Abyssinian: The Abyssinian is native to Ethiopia and is one of the oldest breeds in the world. Its almond-shaped eyes, slender paws and short fur make this cat very elegant.

7. Maine Coon: This breed is native to Maine (United States) and is characterized by a long coat, as well as being one of the largest cats ever.

8. LaPerm: Native to Oregon (United States), the LaPerm is characterized by a long, curly coat.

9. Sphynx: This breed has no fur on its body. It is a very cheerful feline with great intelligence, friendly with other pets.

10. Selkirk Rex: This breed differs from the LaPerm in that its curly coat is even thicker and thicker. It is a playful cat, but one with a reserved nature.

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