10 Cat Breeds That Look Like Leopard

Serengeti Cat

The Serengeti cat is a hybrid cat created by cross-breeding an Oriental Shorthair and a Bengal.

Cheetoh Cat

Originated in the United States of America, the Cheetoh cats are hybrids created by cross-breeding the Ocicat and the Bengal cats.

Toyger Cat

The name of the Toyger cats can be broken into “toy tiger”, because their breed was produced in the hope of creating such cats who closely resemble tigers.


Although the Ocicats are spotted like the wild cat breeds, they lack the wild DNA and have a wholly domesticated temperament. 

Created by the cross-breeding of domesticated cats, the Bengal cats look wild in appearance but have a domestic temperament. 

Bengal Cat

Savannah Cat

The Savannah cat is a hybrid cat breed originated by cross-breeding a domestic cat with the wild African Servals.

Chausie Cat

Chausie Cats have been produced by the cross-breeding of many domestic and non-domestic cat species.

Egyptian Mau

The Egyptian Mau is a rare domestic cat breed that is said to have its origin in Egypt. These cats are closely related to the Korats, Maine Coons, and American Turkish Angoras.

Somali Cat

Believed to be originated from Somalia, the Somali cats are a breed of African cats who are cousins to the Abyssinian cats.

Serval Cat

Endemic to Africa, Serval cats are a breed of wild cat that was first discovered in 1776 by the German naturalist, J. C. D. von Schreber.

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