Cat Breeds 101: Cheetoh!

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Cat Breeds 101: Cheetoh!Photo – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqk_WCPSrXc

The Cheetoh is considered to be the newest breed of cat. It was discovered by Carol Drymon in 2001, and it took three years before the breed was recognized by the United Feline Organization. This feline is a cross between the Ocicat and the Bengal. Male Cheetohs are usually larger than their female counterparts. Also, this breed comes in a variety of colors including brown marble, brown spotted, snow, blue marble, silver spotted, and cinnamon spotted. In addition to their thick and short fur, this breed has large ears and eyes which emphasize its wild look. [1]



The Cheetoh has unique characteristics that set it apart from the other domestic cats. One of the attributes that distinguishes the Cheetoh from other breeds is its sleek and shiny coat. Also, male Cheetohs have shown maternal characteristics toward their young. This behavior stems from the Ocicat and is rarely exhibited by other breeds of felines. [2]

Like other breeds, the Cheetoh has its own set of attributes which can make it a wonderful pet. It is known to be super affectionate. It is capable of showing its love for human companionship. Despite its fierce appearance, Cheetohs are sociable and friendly most of the time. They are rarely aloof toward strangers.

With their impressive intelligence and curiosity, they are able to learn new things easily. They have exhibited an admirable sense of humor which is unlikely to be seen in other breeds. Also, many of its attributes are known to be dog-like. This sweet-natured breed tends to jump onto their owners’ laps often and can be trusted with kids. [3] In fact, they get along with both children and other household pets. They also don’t have any problem living with a noisy family.

The Cheetoh has incredible energy which they use to entertain themselves and their human companions. They need a lot of space to run around and can do well outdoors. Cheetohs are often muscular, athletic, and graceful. However, this cat does not do well alone for long periods of time. If you plan to leave your cat alone often, get them a companion to spend their days with.

Although these cats are relatively new to the feline world, researchers have already discovered a lot of desirable characteristics about the Cheetoh. Want to know more about them? Check out this video:



References:

[1] http://www.cheetohcatbreeders.com/CheetohInfo1.htm
[2] http://www.nativefieldscattery.com/
[3] http://www.catsofaustralia.com/cheetoh-cat.htm



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