Tomcat, the top-selling cat in the world, is set to make its debut in the U.S. this month, as the F22.
But in Europe, the most expensive cat in history has yet to make the journey.
The f22 has been the most valuable cat in a pet store since 2011, when the F21 debuted.
That year, the F20, which is sold at auction worldwide, was the most sought-after cat, selling for a cool $1.7 million.
Tomcat is currently the second-most sought-by cat on eBay, according to data from the online auction site.
It was a cat that earned its way into the U., thanks to the efforts of the British media, the first American cat owner and a pair of friends who were looking to make some money selling their cats to the U, according with Forbes magazine.
The F22 was born in the United Kingdom, and was given to a charity called Pet Rescue UK in 2011.
The F22 has proven to be an especially popular pet, and the breed is still sold to this day in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
It is still considered one of the most popular cats, with about 1.4 million registered owners worldwide.
The company that makes Tomcat has been working on the f22 for the past two years, working on its development.
The company also built a $300 million research and development facility in Scotland.
In January, it announced that the F2 would be its first cat, following the f21.
The cat is currently in its production run at a factory in Sweden, where it is being made into a four-door sedan and a two-door SUV.
Tomcats are manufactured in China and Vietnam, where they are considered high-quality pets, and are sold at a premium.
The f22 will cost $37,500, but the price tag is likely to drop to $24,000 in the coming months, according a report from Bloomberg.
A Tomcat owner walks past the tailgate of the F23 during a show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tomatas have become the most coveted and expensive pets in the US, with prices on eBay topping $1 million per pet.source NBC News article