These Are the Most Expensive Cats in the World

Okay, cat lovers, this one’s for you. Whether you’re a huge feline enthusiast or just a part-time kitten sympathizer, we all have our favorite breeds of cats. Not to say that any breed is inherently better than another, but deep down, there’s going to be that one cat that just makes our face melt from high-octane adorableness every time we look at it. That is, at least, how it is for us. Some people, however, really, really care about the breed of their cat, and will stop at nothing, not even exorbitant price tags, to get them. These are the most expensive cats in the world that most of us will probably never own, and to those who will – please, let us come over and pet your expensive cat.

Maine Coon

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The big boys. Maine Coons are large, lovely cats who absolutely adore playing and chilling with their human owners.  They often grow up to 40 inches in length and have a beautiful, feathery, multi-colored fur coat. One of these fluffy felines would cost you at least 950 dollars, but they often sell for up to 3,500, too.

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