This breed is a cross between a domestic cat and the wild African Serval. While they are often loyal and affectionate, their wild ancestry can make them unpredictable.
Bengals are known for their wild appearance and high energy levels. They are not typically aggressive but can be a handful due to their intense activity and strength.
This breed is a mix between wild Jungle cats and domestic breeds. They're known for their large size, intelligence, and active nature.
Known for their powerful hind legs and lack of tail, Cymrics can be quite territorial and might not always get along with other pets.
Although they look wild, Ocicats are entirely domestic. They are very active and may display aggressive play that could unintentionally cause harm.
Rarely kept as pets, but when they are, it's important to remember they are wild animals. They have strong hunting instincts and are powerful animals.
Known for their lack of fur, Sphynxes require special care for their skin. They are very affectionate but can sometimes be too energetic and demanding of attention.
Siamese cats are very social and vocal but can become aggressive or depressed if left alone too often or if they don't receive enough attention.