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The Ocicat Breed
The Ocicat is a magnificent muscular spotted cat - it looks for all the world like a wild cat with its wild look, sleek body, leopard spots and impressive size.
But that's as far as the 'wildness' goes in the Ocicats! The Ocicat has NO WILD BLOOD in its heritage.
The Ocicat is a PEDIGREED cat that adds a touch of the exotic to your home.
It origins are Siamese, Abyssinian and American Short Hair cats
The appeal of the Ocicat is in their spotted jungle look coupled with their dog-like personality
Ocicats are wonderfully affectionate family members
Ocicats are great with children of all ages.
Black spotted silver Ocicat kitten
Chocolate spotted Ocicat kitten
The Ocicat was created by accident in America in 1964 when a breeder tried to develop an Abyssinian with the coloured points of the Siamese.
Many years later after further experimental breeding in which the American Short-Hair cat was added to the mix, the Ocicat was born
The Ocicat has been recognized as a distinct cat breed by all international cat associations since the late 1980's.
The name 'Ocicat' came about because it was thought to resemble the Ocelot.
The Ocicat may look wild but is a loyal & devoted family member.
It doesn't devote itself to a favourite family member - but shares its love around to all.
Highly intelligent, capable of being trained
Energetic, playful, interactive with all other family members, including dogs
Especially attentive to and gentle with young children
devoted to the whole family.
Blue spotted Ocicat mum and Chocolate kitten
Abyrose Kiwi Fruit - Black spotted silver Ocicat
The Ocicat should always be spotted and comes in 1
2 colours -
Black spotted silver
Chocolate spotted silver
Cinnamon spotted silver
Blue spotted silver
Lilac spotted silver
Fawn spotted silver
The base colours resemble the tones of the jungle cats.
The silver colours look like the magnificent snow leopards
Size of the Mature Ocicat
The mature male Ocicat is a medium to large domestic cat with a solid muscle mass.
The adult male Ocicat weigh between 6 and 12 kg
The mature female Ocicat is slightly smaller than the male with less pronounced muscle mass
The grown-up female Ocicat weighs in at between 5 and 8 kg
Lilac spotted Ocicat kitten
Chocolate and Lilac spotted kittens
Ocicats have low maintenance short, shiny coats
They don't require any special grooming or bathing
A quick brush weekly or just a rub down with your hands will remove any loose hairs
Ocicats require no special diets or
Ocicats are a robust, strong, healthy cat breed
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