Not all cat owners go for the purebred variety and there are several reasons why. People who adopt kittens and adult cats from shelters cannot verify the pureness of the breed, and purchasing a pedigreed cat is usually quite expensive. Most cat owners are sharing their homes with a mixed breed, but this doesn’t mean that they’re not selective about the type that is preferred. These cats are also known as alley cats or moggys and they can be as beautiful, classy, loving and enjoyable as their blue-blooded counterparts. Some mixed breeds are healthier than their purebred relatives because the combination of two or more different breeds helps to dilute the faulty gene pool that causes predisposition to certain common feline health problems.
Here is a list of the top 20 mixed cat breeds: