The Bengal cat is a hybrid between a domestic cat and the Asian leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis). Bengals have an exotic look and a lively, energetic demeanor to match their signature spotted or marbled coat patterns.
Domestic cats and the African wildcat serval (Leptailurus serval) are the genetic parents of the Savannah cat breed. They stand at an impressive height and leanness, with distinctively prominent ears, and beautiful coat patterns.
the jungle cat (Felis chaus) were bred to create the hybrid cat breed known as the Chausie. They seem fierce and ferocious because of their strong body and tufted ears.
The Cheetoh is a hybrid of the Bengal and the Ocicat that results in a huge, powerful cat with eye-catching cheetah-inspired coat patterns.
Oriental Shorthair are the parents of the Serengeti cat breed. Their bodies are long and slim, their ears are big, and their fur is speckled or marbled.
The Caracal, a wild lynx-like cat, and an Abyssinian cat produced the unique hybrid breed known as the Caracat. They are stocky and have a characteristic spotted or ticking coat pattern in addition to their tufted ears.
The Toyger is a type of cat developed to look like a little tiger. Domestic shorthair cats are crossed with Bengals to produce this hybrid breed.