We don`t normally review animals, but this is such a unique story that I felt compelled to write about it. In 1998 a lady from London coughed up £23,320 for a mog. OK – so it`s a little more than a moggie, but it`s still only a cat. It`s a second-generation Bengal cat bred by Lord C. Esmond Gay. They are not normally anywhere near this price, so it`s a mystery why it went for so much. They normally sell for around £2000, still quite a lot for a cat. The cat itself is a hybrid of a wild Asian leopard cat bred with a domestic one, and surprisingly is not recognized by The Cat fancier`s Association as a pedigree.
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