I notice the Caracat is still on the list. That one I object to. There's to much difference in size and gestation period between domestic cats and caracals for this to work without the possibility of the domestic queens dying during mating and kittening.
The Cheetoh is a cross between Bengals and Ocicats. The main difference is larger size than the two parent breeds. That seems rather pointless to me.
The Leopold is a cross between Bengals and Norwegian Forest Cats. Supposed to look like a snow leopard. I would rather see the Cashmeres (longhaired Bengals) developed as a breed.
Bambino, Dwelf, Genetta, Kinkalow, Lambkin, and Skookum are breeds being developed from crossing Munchkins with other breeds. More breeds where the phenotype is linked to a lethal gene.
The American Ringtail breed website is impressive. They have a written standard, a breeder's code of ethics, and they are working with geneticists to work out the actual genetics involved. They are, also, x-raying spines and hips of breeding cats to ensure no deformities develope in the breed. Well, not counting whether or not you consider a ring tail a deformity.
Elfs are a Sphynx derivitive with large ears that curl back at the tips.
Fantasy cats, I couldn't find anything on those or Krinkle cats.
The Kaomanee is a pure white cat with blue or odd eyes. Supposed to be the original royal cat of Thailand. Original breeding stock imported from Thailand. Can be deaf.
The Tennessee Rex (or T-Rex) is a naturally occuring mutation and actually looks like it would be worth developing further. The coat is a longer, softer rexed type. The real interesting thing about these cats is the satin shimmer to the coat. This is also a new mutation in cats and only occurs in this breed. I would love to see one of these cats.
For more information on satin and glitter mutations in cats you can visithttp://www.messybeast.com/satin-glitter.htm