Hybrid cats may be wild-looking. Breeding domestic cats with wild or undomesticated breeds produces these cats.
Hybrid cats have wild impulses but vary in mischief and activity. Owners must give greater mental and physical stimulation for older generations.
Bengal cats are spotted and marbled hybrids of domestic cats and Asian leopard cats. They're dog-like yet susceptible to illnesses.
Savannah cats—the biggest pet cat breed—are serval-domestic hybrids. They're trendy and unusual, yet some states and towns ban previous generations.
Chausies are playful and social cats created by breeding jungle cats with domestic cats. They love running and jumping and resemble Abyssinian cats.
The Serengeti, a Bengal-Oriental shorthair hybrid, is leaner and aims to appear like a serval without utilizing wild cats. They're agile and talkative.
Bengal-ocicat hybrid cheetoh cats are newer. They're kind and get along with others.
Toygers are friendly and trainable Bengal-tabby hybrids. Tiger-striped yet heart disease-prone.
Pixiebobs are highly social and active cats bred to look like a cross between a bobcat and a domestic cat. They make chirping noises and have polydactyl toes.
Hybrid cats are tamed, yet each breed is different. Cat owners must research any breed before adopting it.