Top 6 Most Dangerous Cat Breeds: Maintain Your Distance


The Savannah cat is a crossbreed between a domestic cat and a serval, a wild African cat. This breed is known for its striking appearance and its desire for independence.

Bengal Cat

Bengal cats have a leopard-like appearance, thanks to their Asian leopard cat ancestry. These cats are incredibly active and have a strong hunting instinct.

Chausie Cat

Chausie cats are a cross between domestic cats and jungle cats. These feline hybrids tend to be very vocal and energetic, making them challenging to handle for novice cat owners.


Caracats are the result of breeding caracals, a wild African cat, with domestic cats. These large, muscular cats are strong and agile, with a high prey drive.

Cheetoh Cat

Cheetoh cats are another hybrid breed, originating from the Bengal and Ocicat breeds. They are known for their athleticism and speed, traits inherited from their wild ancestors. 

Pixie-Bob Cat

The Pixie-Bob cat breed is believed to have been developed by breeding domestic cats with bobcats, which gives them a distinct wild appearance.