Korat

Korat

Behaviour/Adaptability

This breed is very affectionate, very alert and bonds strongly to an owner. owner. They are playful, but at the same time gentle, especially with children. They are not They do not adapt well to a noisy and boisterous environment.

Details

With a regal bearing and a stunning, bright blue coat, the Korat is a magnificent and affectionate “good luck cat” for most households. With a regal bearing and a stunning, bright blue coat, the Korat is a magnificent and affectionate “good luck cat” for most households. Korats are only available in one colour: a beautiful blue with a silver coat that gives them a shimmering, halo-like appearance, according to the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA). It is a small to medium-sized breed, with little body fat, large, forward-facing ears, and beautiful, round, peridot-green eyes.
The Korat is sometimes referred to as “the cat with five hearts” because, in addition to the one beating in its chest, its heads create a distinctive Valentine heart shape when viewed from the front as well as from above. Their noses are also heart-shaped, and a fourth heart shape is recognisable in the musculature of their chests, just between their front shoulders.”

Breed Characteristics:
Coat Type: Short, sleek, silver coat.
Colours & Body Type: This small to medium build, wholesome-looking cat, carries most of its weight in its front quarters. They are muscular and notably slow to develop. Their physique may seem awkward until up to age 4 when they are fully developed. Eye colour may also fluctuate during this early developmental time. They come only in solid silver, tipped blue, with vivid green eyes.
Grooming Needs: Low – occasional brush.
Similar Breeds: Russian Blue, Siamese, Burmese.
Vital Stats:
Height: 20 to 25 cm
Weight – Female: 2.2 to 4 kg
Weight – Male: 4 to 5 kg
Health Profile: Gangliosidosis.
Life Span: 10 to 15 Years

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