60+ Weird Strange Mean Scrary Angry Crazy & Funny Looking Cat Breeds

Have you ever seen some very weird and strange looking cats? Check out this list below to discover more than 60+ Weird Strange Mean Scrary Angry Crazy & Funny Looking Cat Breeds


I. Weird Looking Cat Breeds

#1 – Sphynx


The Sphynx cat was developed in Canada during the 1960s and is known for its hairlessness. Instead of having unique patterns on their fur, their skin actually shows what color their coat would be if they had one.

#2 – Lambkin

Photo credit: Melinda’s Lambkins

The Lambkin was created by crossbreeding the Munchkin cat and the Selkirk Rex. The result is the adorable short-legged, curly-coated feline we have today. Although still a new breed, they are becoming more widely recognized.

#3 – Peterbald


The Peterbarld is a Russian cat breed with a unique appearance. They are similar to the Oriental Shorthair, but they are nearly hairless. Even Peterbalds born with hair can eventually lose their coats over time. They are affectionate cats that become very attached to their owners.

#4 – Lykoi

Photo credit: Brittney Gobble

The Lykoi is considered the werewolf of the cat world and its looks make this distinction no surprise. While they look like a science experiment, their hair is actually the result of a natural genetic mutation among domestic cats. They are very friendly cats that make excellent companions.

#5 – Selkirk Rex


The Selkirk Rex is a Rex breed with a regular-length coat, except that it sports curly hair. They come in a short- and long-coated variety and both are very soft and woolly. They are playful but reserved cats that make great companions.

#6 – Ukrainian Levkoy

The Ukrainian Levkoy has a very distinct appearance in both that it lacks hair and has ears that fold forwards. It was created by breeding Donskoy cats to Scottish Folds. Despite their odd looks, they are playful and affectionate cats.

#7 – Cornish Rex


The Cornish Rex is unique because instead of a regular coat, it has only an undercoat. This down-like fur is similar to down feathers on a bird or the undercoat on a thick-coated cat or dog. The first Cornish Rex came from a genetic mutation among a litter of domestic cats in the 1950s.

#8 – American Curl

The American Curl comes from Southern California and its curled ears are the result of a genetic mutation naturally occurring in a litter of domestic cats. They are born with straight ears that begin to curl shortly after birth.

#9 – Donskoy

The Donskoy cat is the hairless cat used in the creation of the Ukrainian Levkoy and Peterbald. It’s a Russian cat that, despite its lack of hair, requires regular grooming to keep its skin healthy.

#10 – Exotic Shorthair


The Exotic Shorthair is a shorthaired version of the Persian. It’s body is similar to any other domesticated cat, but it has a very short muzzle and squished face. Years ago, the American Shorthair was bred into Persians to improve the breed. They resulted in short-coated Persian cats that were eventually developed into the Exotic Shorthair we have today.

#11 – Minskin


The Minskin is a dwarfed version of the Sphynx cat. They were developed by crossing Munchkin cats with Sphynx cats. The breed is almost completely hairless, but has short, soft fur on its points – that is, it’s feet, tail, ears and nose. They became a recognized breed for the first time in 2008.

#12 – Devon Rex


The Devon Rex is similar to the Cornish Rex with its soft, short coat and long, slender body. It is also the result of a genetic mutation and although it was thought to be closely related to the Cornish Rex, genetic testing has proven otherwise and maintained this as a completely separate breed.

#13 – American Wirehair

While wire-haired dogs are fairly normal, wire-haired cats are not. Except, of course, for the American Wirehair. It was developed in upstate New York as the result of a genetic mutation among standard American Shorthairs. Since then, it’s been bred to take on its own, unique breed.

#14 – LaPerm


The LaPerm gets its name from its curly coat, resembling that of a woman’s perm. It is genetically a rex breed and is the result of a naturally occurring genetic mutation in domestic cats. It’s very affectionate and becoming widely popular.

#15 – Highlander


The Highlander is similar to the American Curl with ears that curl backwards, but another unique trait is the frequency of extra toes among the breed. These cats, called polydactyl cats, can have 6 or more toes on each foot. They are a very affectionate and playful breed that make excellent companions.

II. Strange looking cat breeds – Top 10 Strangest Cats breeds

Cats are odd creatures—it’s part of what makes them so loveable. Their adorable toe beans and little pink noses capture our hearts in a way that little else does.

But, while all cats are adorable and unique in their own ways, some breeds have some pretty odd features that stand out from the crowd (or clowder if we’re getting technical.)

Did you know: There are over 200 breeds of cats, but only about 3-5% of domestic felines are purebreds.

Some of those belong to pretty interesting and unique cat breeds you’ve probably never encountered. Don’t get us wrong, we love a good tabby or calico housecat as much as anyone—but these strange cat breeds are so fun to look at!

From strange fur to cats with big ears, there are tons of interesting features that make these ten feline breeds especially unique.

#1. Sphynx

The Sphynx’s most distinctive features are its nearly hairless body, tall ears, wrinkles, peach-fuzz skin and round belly. Though you might think a hairless cat would be hypoallergenic, it’s not true! Cat allergies are caused by dander, and the Sphynx has plenty of that. The Sphynx’s hairless coat is caused by a naturally-occurring gene mutation that was then crossed with Rex cats.

#2. Peterbald

Peterbald cats are often thought of as mostly hairless, however, these cats have up to five different coat types including short or brush coats. Peterbald cats, and other hairless breeds, are known for having more pronounced webbing on their feet, which they’ve been known to use to pick things up or even open doors!

#3. Munchkin

The dachshund of cat breeds, Munchkin cats have been around for hundreds of years and are known for their shorter legs but otherwise standard build. However, it wasn’t until the mid-nineties that it was formally recognized as a breed. This breed has long been controversial due to the morality of continuing to breed the genetic mutation causing the long bone deformity.

#4. Devon Rex

One of a few cat breeds with big ears, Devon Rex cats, along with the Cornish Rex cats they resemble, also have short, curly, soft hair. This breed was discovered in the 1950’s when a woman noticed one kitten in a litter of strays sporting the curly coat, prominent ears and tiny snout. These funny looking cats have huge personalities and love to socialize.

#5. Japanese Bobtails

This strange Japanese cat breed is born with a short, puffy tail like the tail of a rabbit. Some Japanese bobtails even hop like bunnies when they run! Their back legs tend to be slightly longer than the front, giving them an especially athletic appearance. This breed is said to have originated as far back as 600 A.D. when cats were brought with Buddhist monks from China and Korea to Japan.

#6. Scottish Fold

Scottish Fold cats have bended ears that make them look almost earless. With round, full faces, and large, circular eyes, this can give Scottish Folds an owlish look. The breed developed from a cat named Susie, from Scotland, who had folded ears when she was discovered by a shepherd in 1961.

#7. Khao Manee

These cool looking cats come from Thailand, where their name means “White Gem.” These cats have been coveted for almost a thousand years, with creamy white coats and bright eyes of green, blue or gold—or odd (two different colors.) This breed has no undercoat due to the warm temperatures in Thailand.

#8. Pixiebob

This breed resembles the wild bobcat, but in the size of a domestic cat. Founding breeder Carol Ann Brewer claims that Pixiebob cats come from a line of naturally occurring bobcat hybrids, but genetic evidence is inconclusive. Along with their distinctive bobbed tails, these cats are prone to polydactylism.

#9. Savannah

The Savannah Cat looks like a wild cat from the African Savannah—and that’s half true. It’s the result of a cross between a domestic cat and the serval, a medium-sized wild African cat. Savannah cats are exceptionally large, typically weighing up to 30 pounds and ranking as the world’s tallest domestic cat breed. This cat breed also boasts exceptionally large ears, dark tear stands and cheetah-like markings.

#10. Teacup Persian

Technically, the Teacup Persian isn’t a strange cat breed of its own—it’s a variety of Persian cat that’s been bred to be extremely small. Some are so tiny they can fit in the palm of your hand! However, this breed faces a lot of controversy due to the health problems that can occur when intentionally breeding cats to be small.

III. Mean looking cat breeds – Top 10 Meanest Cat Breeds

It’s not just a cliché – some cats are meaner than others. Stay on the good side of any of the kitties on our top 10 meanest cat breeds.

Every cat is an individual with a unique personality, but a kitty’s breed may affect their disposition. Some breeds are known for being super friendly, while others have a bit of a reputation for being standoffish or sometimes mean.

What are some of the cat breeds that are considered the meanest? Check out this list of 10 feline breeds, in no particular order.

#1. Siamese

The Siamese is, without a doubt, one of the most popular breeds. They’re talkative and smart, and they’re absolutely stunning. But these kitties tend to bond with one person in the family, so while they might be extra cuddly and friendly with that individual, they might not be as nice to the other people in the family or to people they aren’t already familiar with. (Photo credit: Nelli Shuyskaya/Shutterstock)

#2. Sphynx

The unique Sphynx can be a demanding pet. These kitties enjoy being the center of attention, so they can be needy. If they aren’t getting what they want, they will let you know, and they might irritate you, or perhaps even act out in a negative way, to get what they want. (Photo credit: Seregraff/Shutterstock)

#3. Bombay

The Bombay is a gorgeous black kitty who is known for being an attention-seeking, sensitive feline. Although these cats enjoy being around people and receiving loads of affection, if they are disturbed or frightened, such as by a lot of noise, they might lash out. (Photo credit: Viktor Sergeevich/Shutterstock)

#4. Bengal

With Asian Leopard Cat in its bloodline, a Bengal might be more “wild” than other domestic cat breeds, even though it can make a great pet. It’s worth being prepared for the personality of this feline if you’re planning on introducing one to your family, as these kitties may be demanding and might show some aggressiveness at times. (Photo credit: Seregraff/Shutterstock)

#5. Scottish Fold

Scottish Fold cats, with their adorable folded ears, are somewhat known for interacting with humans only to get what they need. While other kitties may crave attention and affection from anyone they meet, a Scottish Fold might prefer the company of just one or two humans (usually those who take care of them most). (Photo credit: Pokpak Stock/Shutterstock)

#6. Pixie Bob

The unique Pixie Bob is a beautiful cat known for its active and playful personality. Even though these kitties get along great with their human family, they might be leery of strangers. They also use a lot of different vocalizations to communicate with you, and those could include little growls too. (Photo credit: Cat’chy Images/Shutterstock)

#7. Egyptian Mau

The Egyptian Mau is known for its striking appearance. Overall, this kitty will bond strongly with the family, so these cats can make wonderful pets. When they’re around strangers, though, these felines are typically pretty shy rather than outgoing. And some meanness might come through when you try to take something that belongs to them, such as toys or food, particularly because they have a protective nature. (Photo credit: Sel_Sanders/Shutterstock)

#8. American Wirehair

American Wirehair cats might be misunderstood because they can be independent. These kitties might want to be left alone sometimes, and if someone bothers them or provokes them, or if they feel uncomfortable around strangers, they might choose to defend themselves. (Photo credit: Boyloso/Shutterstock)

9. Korat

The Korat is a breed that tends to prefer quiet environments, so these cats can get aggravated by loud noises or boisterous children. When annoyed or scared, they might end up acting somewhat aggressively in self-defense. (Photo credit: Gino Santa Maria/Shutterstock)

#10. Singapura

Singapura cats can be a lot of fun, but they are wary of strangers, so they might act in an aggressive manner if they start to feel threatened. Also, if these kitties—which can even be described as strong-willed, pesky, and easily startled—aren’t socialized properly from a young age, they may have a tendency to hide often. (Photo credit: jojosmb/Shutterstock)

IV. Scary angry crazy looking cat breeds – 16 Scary Looking Cats That Will Definitely Murder You In Your Sleep

Cats are usually cute and cuddly, you adopt them to fill that emotional void you have in your life and these furry companions do the job perfectly even though you always feel like you’re giving them more love than they’ll ever give you, but it’s just how it works and everyone seems perfectly fine with it. These cats on the other hand don’t look cuddly at all, and the stares they give are so scary that you would have to sleep with one eye open terrified that they would murder you in your sleep.

#1. This cat looks like he has been through some major things

1. This cat looks like he has been through some major things

#2. This is not a cat, that’s an alien

2. This is not a cat, that's an alien

#3. He spotted you, you better run for your life

3. He spotted you, you better run for your life

#4. This one looks like those evil gang bosses in movies

4. This one looks like those evil gang bosses in movies

#5. “Chill Mittens, it’s not worth it”


#6. Fancy cat is not pleased with you

6. Fancy cat is not pleased with you

#7. “Give me the motherf#@king catnip or i’ll kill the dog”


#8. “Watcha looking at human”


#9. “Really Samantha, you think this is funny?”


#10. “Are you deaf or what, I said catnip not chicken”


#11. This cat looks like he enjoys eating souls on the daily

11. This cat looks like he enjoys eating souls on the daily

#12. More shocked that scary

12. More shocked that scary

#13. “This is ridiculous, how am I supposed to live with this thing on my neck”


#14. This is the cat version of a brain

14. This is the cat version of a brain

#15. “Do I look like a damn bunny to you Brenda”


#16. “I shall take my revenge, you will all regret it”


 Pleated-jeansScary cats are one thing, so maybe if you’ve had enough and want something to put your mind at ease, these Japanese cats watching their (yes, their humans) eat dinner is absolute gold.

V. Funny looking cat breeds – Top 10 funny Cats photos

#1. What happened!!

#2. Meowww get me out!

#3. You think it’s funny?!

#4. Selfie time

#5. I’m a knight!

#6. Hmm little princess

#7. It wasn’t me!

#8. I’m dracula!!

#9 😮

#10. Na ní!!

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