cuidubble
cuiservices
twocats

 

ocicatcats

 

 

 


    Ocicat Breeders and other related Links

    History

    In the early 1960s an American  breeder tried to create a Siamese cat with Abyssinian points.  The litters produced the desired pattern, but also assorted pattern of tabbies and one spotted kitten called "Tonga" which became the first Ocicat.

    Type and characteristics

    Coat

    The coat is short, spotted, and tight  with a satin sheen.

    Body, neck, legs and tail

    The Ocicat should be medium to large,  and give an athletic appearance with a muscled body.

    Head

    The head is a modified wedge with a broad muzzle with a hint of squareness to the jaw.  There should be no visible nose break in profile.  The chin should be strong and the jaw firm without signs of over- or undershot.

    Eyes

    The eyes should be large and set wide apart, almond shaped with a good  depth of color.   

    Ears

    The ears are quite large and set apart and should not be too high or low.  Ear tufts are preferred and are a bonus, they should extend vertically from  the tip of the ear.

    Temperament

    This breed has been genetically manufactured to create a wild looking cat, but its temperament and disposition is that of a domestic, intelligent and  playful.

    (If you feel that you have a better description for this category we would love to hear from you chendel@calwisp.com)

    Ocicat Breeders and other related Links

     More Breed Descriptions on the Net

    CFA Breed Profile: Ocicat
    www.cfainc.org/breeds/profiles/ocicat.html

    TICA
    www.tica.org/

    Ocicat Breed Standard - CFA Breed Standard
    www.cfainc.org/breeds/standards/ocicat.html

    Send us your URL so we can add it to our list

    To Top

Important!
Please read the disclaimer
 1996 - 2010 Cats United International All rights reserved