Servals are wild cats native to Africa. In the UK, they are considered exotic, and ownership may require a license under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act.
Caracals are medium-sized wild cats native to Africa, the Middle East, and parts of Asia. They may be subject to regulations under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act.
Savannah cats are hybrid cats created by breeding servals with domestic cats. The legality of owning a Savannah cat may depend on its generation and specific breed regulations.
While Bengal cats are domestic cats, they have a wild appearance due to their spotted or marbled coat patterns. Ownership of Bengal cats is generally legal, but individual regulations may vary.
Ocicats are domestic cats with a spotted coat pattern resembling that of ocelots. They are usually legal to own as domestic pets.
Chausies are hybrid cats with domestic and jungle cat ancestry. Ownership may be subject to local regulations.
Cheetoh cats are a breed created by crossing Bengal cats with Ocicats. They are typically considered domestic cats.
Pixie-Bobs are domestic cats with a wild appearance and distinctive bobbed tails. They are generally considered domestic cats and may be legal to own.