Top 10 Most Dangerous House Cats to Own

Cats aren’t all cute, cuddly balls of adorableness when aggression kicks in. Sometimes, cats can become your worst nightmare. Of course, we’re not saying that these cats are all claws and no purrs, but some cat breeds do require more experienced cat owners and more attention than regular house cats.


Ocelots are not the best cat to try and make in to a house cat, though some people insist on doing so. Ocelots have a strong smell and do not listen to commands. They also have a distinct mating growl that can seriously disturb you – and your neighbors.