10 Most Aggressive Cat Breeds


Siamese cats are fierce and territorial. New pets will take some time to adjust to Siamese cats because they are jealous.


Sphynxes are highly intelligent, energetic cats who love to play. Some owners claim their Sphynx can be taught tricks like playing fetch.

Bombay Cat

As a result of their hybrid nature, Bombays exhibit several distinct behaviors. Both brave and aggressive, they dislike litter boxes.


As a cross between a leopard and a housecat, their stunning coat serves as a constant reminder that they are wild animals.

Scottish Fold

Known for their friendliness, these cats make great pets for families with children.

Egyptian Mau

The Egyptian Mau is an opulent and stunning cat. In general, these cats are calm, perceptive, and obedient.

Pixie Bob

Pixie Bobs are known for being friendly and self-assured, despite not having meows. They chirp and snarl at their owners and strangers.

American Wirehair

American Wirehairs are the ideal compromise between a loving, independent cat and a highly active, hyperactive cat.


Unless properly bred, these dogs tend to have genetic diseases and are expensive to purchase.