10 New Cat Breeds

It is again the new age of breeding cats and there are new breeds coming your way. Here are new cat breeds that you may have never even seen before! These newest breeds might be just a figment of your imagination before, but is now turned into reality! Get to know them by reading further!

This read is perfect combined with our rare cat breeds blog post. There are some cats in that post that will surprise you with their majestic beauty.


Countdown of the Latest Discovered Cat Breeds

1. American Curl

The American Curl is called such because of the evident curl in their ears. This is a feature that is usually indicative of their breed, along with a flat-laying coat and their big expressive eyes.

Being the playful cats that they are, you can keep an Americal Curl busy by giving it something to play with. Try out The Natural Pet Company Cat Toys Collection in Gift Box.

2. Cheetoh Cat

Give Cheetos a new face! Here is a Cheetoh cat that will surely keep you hooked just like how the original Cheetos snack does! It is a new breed born from Ocicat and Bengals.

They are very energetic and curious. To keep them occupied for longer periods of time, maybe you can try giving it this cat toy: Bergan Turbo Scratcher Cat Toy! This toy both functions as a scratch pad (to divert your cat's attention from scratching on furniture) and a plate that provides unlimited hours of ball-rolling – surely your cat would not want to get its paws out of this toy!

3. Highlander

This cat resembles the American Curl – they both have that distinct curl in their ears. I guess now, you do not have to manually pull back your cat’s ears just to see what it would look like, huh? Kidding!

A Highlander wants to move around all the time! To keep up with your cat’s antics, how about you try to play with it with this interactive cat toy? The Cat Dancer - Cat Charmer Wand Teaser Toy! Spend quality time with your cat using this toy!

4. LaPerm

Well, this is one hell of a fashionista cat! Imagine its fur even got a perm! A natural perm that is! This is what is unique in a LaPerm, a beautifully curled fur like no other. Not to mention that because of the nature of its fur, it also means that this cat shed less compared to other cats? Read about these kinds of cats here. (Read: 25 low shed and cats that don’t shed)

Keep your LaPerm entertained by having this amazing cat toy around, Cat Activity Play Mat! Not only does it keep your cat entertained for hours, it also helps it exercise!​

5. Minskin

A Minskin cat is seemingly a mix of a multitude of breeds: a Munchkin, a Sphynx and probably a Siamese cat as well. A Minskin is a small cat (a trait that it probably got from a Munchkin), with little to no hair (very much like a Sphynx) and has markings on its nose and ears (similar to that of a Siamese cat).

They may be small but they sure love to play! Giving it an interactive cat toy to play with is a great idea. Spinner has that cat toy for you, their Pet Zone Fly will surely keep your cat hooked for hours!

6. Toyger

A Toyger is such an exciting cat breed! It is a domesticated cat that greatly resembles its big cat relatives like the tiger!

Keeping a Toyger busy is easy; give it a toy like Catit Senses 2.0 Digger for Cats will surely have its attention from furniture to this toy!

7. Peterbald

A funny name for a cat, but a beautiful cat otherwise. A Peterbald has its origins in Russia and is born from a Donsky and an Oriental Shorthair. Just like the LaPerm, it sheds very little.

A Peterbald is not fond of idle moments; here is a cat toy that a Peterbald might like: Catit Design Senses Play Circuit! You can even have other cats play with your Peterbald while using this cat toy!

8. Ojos Azules

Now, this is one mesmerizing cat! This is a rare breed that boasts of its stunningly beautiful blue eyes – despite its dark colors! Its dark color only accentuates the beauty that can be found in the color of their eyes.

Play with your cat using this cat toy: Go Cat Teaser Cat Catcher Wand Cat Toy, and have lots of fun! Have your cat roll over and pounce and enjoy this cat toy!

9. Napoleon cat

Just like the Minskin, a Napoleon cat is also born from three breeds: The Munchkin, the Persian cat, and Exotic Shorthair breeds. It closely resembles the Munchkin because of its dwarf-sized appearance.

Nevertheless, they are still really playful and affectionate, playing is their favorite hobby! Here is a suggestion of a good plaything for them: Catit Senses 2.0 Wellness Center! They get to be healthy while they have fun!

10. Munchkin

And last on this list, is the much talked about Munchkin. We have mentioned it in the past few items and now it is time for its spotlight! A Munchkins appearance is very distinct, they are fairly little but adorable nevertheless.

They also love playtime so much that they’d be really thankful if you have them play with PetSafe Bolt Interactive Laser Cat Toy. Hours and hours of exciting play only for your Munchkin!

How much do these new breeds of cats cost?

The prices for these new breeds of cats definitely vary from cat to cat. Some cats may reach a 7-digit dollar price, but some can also cost at a 2-digit dollar price. There are a lot of things that determine the price of a cat breed. Its newness may not become a factor at all.

Veteran cat owners will tell you that different cats have different needs. For those who are only new human companions for cats – these fur balls need your attention when it comes to their food and their environment.

We all want what is best for our furry best friends; therefore we give them our special love and care. We make sure that the food that they eat is appropriate and in enough quantity for them. We make sure that they are comfortable and keep them active and entertained by giving them their own space and toys.

Average lifespan of Cats

16 Years Outdoor Cats
18 Years Indoor Cats

Should I buy or should I adopt?

Despite the existence of new cat breeds, adopting is still the most recommended option for you. Otherwise, if you have severe allergies and you can seem to find a cat to adopt that will not trigger your allergies, then you could buy.

We are not trying to be preachy here; of course, it is still your choice that matters. This is only a reminder that as much as you are capable, having no complications and all, looks for cats you can rescue at shelters – they are capable of wonders that are unheard of.

But if indeed, circumstance does not permit you to go and adopt – then there is nothing wrong with that. So long as you take good care of your furry friend, it no longer matters where you get him or her.​


Well, I guess that's a wrap! Those are the new line of cat breeds that you might be lucky enough to see around! This is now the new age where more and more breeds of cats are coming. Each breed having its own unique characteristic and purpose.

Rebecca Welters

Yes, I am that weird cat lady with 200 cats and live in the darkest corner of the city where no one dares to go! Joking! But I am a cat lover and have 2 Ragdoll cats called Toby, he's 3 years old and Dory, she's 8 years old. I'm 36 years old and live in the quiet town of Washington.

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