dangerous cats, but respect their space. Owning them legally doesn't make it wise. Admire in the wild.
smallest African cat breed, deadly predator. Kills 10-14 prey/night with 60% success rate, surpassing larger cats' months of hunting
striking appearance, affectionate, intelligent, active. Wild roots make them banned/restricted in some areas. Strong hunting instincts
mini tigers as pets. Large, energetic felines. First-gen may have wild temperament. Banned in Australia, restrictions in the USA.
unique cats resembling Bobcats but without Bobcat genes. Large, gentle, people-oriented, with dog-like personalities and extra digits.
Exotic, intelligent, athletic. Originated from Ancient Egypt. Hybrid breed with wild jungle cats. Early generations may be aggressive, but later ones are social and friendly.
popular exotic cats mistaken for cheetahs. Good pets with outdoor enclosures. Rare threat, but dangerous when provoked. Legal in some US states.
powerful and adorable with a wild side. They can take down deer, weigh like dogs, and defend themselves fiercely with claws and teeth.