10. The Russian Blue
This cat has the particularity to resemble a smurf … We are kidding. But more seriously, this little animal takes its name from the bluish reflections that sometimes nestle in its fur. It will cost you between 700 and 1100 euros to get one.
9. British shorthair
Ce chat-là a une petite bouille ronde et coûte entre 700 et 1400 euros. Il a la particularité d’avoir un caractère à l’image de son physique : un vrai nounours !
8. Scottish Fold
After the English, the Scottish! With his ears folded, he can give the impression of being always unhappy … but at Younited Credit, we think that it is only a technique to have more hugs. Its price varies between 1000 and 1400 euros.
7. Maine Coon
She is the biggest cat there is! And as in addition, it is very soft, it makes a larger surface to caress! To buy this sweet giant, it will cost you between 1000 and 1500 euros.
It is said that he is a very intelligent cat, whose finesse and grace are praised all over the world. But at Younited Credit, we find it especially very ugly! And it costs between 1000 and 1600 euros … it’s expensive the ugly cat!
The Sphynx is not the only purebred naked cat in the world. Russia is the birthplace of another race: the Perterbald. You will easily understand that this species does not have our preference either … but if it has yours, know that its price varies according to between 800 and 2000 euros
This cat costs between 1200 and 1600 euros. It has no tail. No risk, therefore, of seeing him try to catch his while you are telling the whole family how smart he is …
We start the podium of the most expensive cats, which all have the particularity of resembling felines of larger size. So if you want a little safari at home, you can opt for the Bengal which will cost you between 1000 and 3000 euros.
It is a very rare cat found mainly in the United States. He’s a great jumper and he loves to play and go in the water. Count between 2000 and 5000 euros to take your bath with this mini leopard.
The Ashera is the rarest and most expensive cat in the world. Don’t be fooled by its slender appearance, it can weigh up to 14.7 pounds. This new species is the result of a cross between an Asian leopard, an African serval and a domestic cat. Suffice to say that if you race with him, we bet on the cat! Count between 22,000 and 125,000 euros for this “small” animal.