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The European, or Forest Wildcat as it is often called, was once found throughout Europe and is considered by some to be the oldest form of the species. As a species, the wildcat is divided into many regional subspecies and their number and classification varies depending on which school of thought is followed. The range of the species extends across most of the 'Old World'. From parts of North West Europe, through the Middle East, parts of Asia and generally throughout The African continent.

The Caracal, is a fiercely territorial medium-sized cat ranging over Western Asia, South Asia and Africa. The word caracal comes from the Turkish word "karakulak", meaning "black ear".

Ojos Azules - Ojos Azules are a relatively new breed of domestic cat. Cats with dark blue eyes were discovered in New Mexico among feral cat populations. The first cat, discovered in 1984, was a tortoiseshell named Cornflower. She was bred to males without the trait, which proved to be dominant, as all her kittens showed it. The breed was founded and named Ojos Azules, Spanish meaning 'Blue Eyes'.

Serengeti Cats - The Serengeti cat is a breed of domestic cat, first developed by crossing a Bengal cat and an Oriental Shorthair. From the Bengal × Oriental cross came the first foundation Serengeti. Breeders then worked with the cat to produce a cat that resembles the breed profile. The breed is still in the development stages, but the ultimate aim is to produce a cat that looks similar to a serval, without using any recent wild cat blood.

The Savannah - The Savannah is a domestic hybrid cat breed. It is a cross between a serval (a medium-sized African wild cat) and a domestic cat. Savannahs are much more social than typical domestic cats, and they are often compared to dogs in their loyalty. They can be trained to walk on a leash and even taught to play fetch.