Cat Breed - Cheetoh

Cheetoh Cat



-  A little history  -

The Cheetoh cat was developed by the crossing of specific bloodlines of the Bengal cat and Ocicat. It is a new breed and therefore very rare. Because one of his ancestors, the Bengal cat, is a hibride, the Cheetoh is also classified as a hibride. The only cat register that it recognizes is The International Cat Association.

-  Average Lifespan  -

13 years or more

-  Size  -

Medium to large size cat weighing 3.5 to 6.5 kilo

-  Personality  -

The males exhibit definite maternal characteristics towards kittens and younger cats, never being hostile or antagonistic, a mannerism exclusive to the Ocicat and very rarely seen in other feline breeds. The gentle and mild-mannered temperament is a dependable character trait of the Cheetoh.

-  Coat Colour  -

The Cheetoh has a wide range of coat colouring including Black/Brown Spotted Sienna (Rust), Black/Brown Spotted Tan, Black Spotted Smoke, Black Spotted Silver, Lynx Pointed, Gold Spotted Snow.

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Source Wikipedia
Australian National Cats
Cats of Australia
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