New Designer Cat Breeds

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Rare cat-squirrel hybrid called a Kittel, courtesy Ehrinn

Recently there has been much discussion on the internet about the creation of "designer" breeds of cats.

A designer breed is made by crossing established cat breeds to create an entirely new breed of feline.

Just as there are new dog breeds popping up left and right, now there are new cat breeds too — from small and curly with extra toes to tall and fluffy with strange ears, new feline breeds are attracting lots of attention.

After some thought, we have decided to propose much more unusual breedings than those currently being created by some breeders . . .

So here are some of the new breeds you might consider the next time people start talking about crossing one breed with another to produce something new . . .



If you crossed a Maine Coon with a Korat . . .

. . . would the resulting breed be called a Kocoon? Or a Mainrat? Or a Thai-coon?



If you crossed a Mackerel Tabby with a Maine Coon . . .

. . . might the resulting breed be called a Macker-oon, a cat that likes cookies.



If you crossed a Siamese with a Manx. . .

. . . would the resulting breed would be called a Spanx.



If you crossed an Abyssinian and a Bengal . . .

. . . perhaps you could call the new a breed an Abygal.



If you crossed a Cornish Rex with a American Curl . . .

. . . you might produce a new breed called a Corn Curl.



If you crossed a Russian Blue with a Ragdoll . . .

. . . would the resulting breed might be called a Russian Doll..



If you crossed a Havana Brown with Ragamuffin . . .

. . . the new breed might be called a Havamuffin, a cat that bakes cakes and cookies



If you bred a Munchkin to a Ragamuffin . . .

. . . you'd get a Munchamuffin, a cat that likes to eat the baked goods made by the Havamuffin



If you crossed a Tabby with a Devon Rex. . .

. . . would the resulting breed could be called a T. Rex.



If you crossed a Maine Coon mated with a Manx

. . . the resulting breed would be Maine Man X — a cat owned by a superhero mutant



If you crossed a Scottish Fold with a Napoleon then crossed the resulting kitten with a Munchkin . . .

. . . perhaps you'd get a breed called a Folded Nap-kin.



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