Also known as Si-Sawat or ‘Lucky Cat,’ this beautiful feline is a completely natural breed; in this case, the man’s hand had nothing to do with its creation.
Elegant, longer than the front, long nose, and heart-shaped head hind legs. That’s the Korat, a cat that integrates calls blue-haired breeds. Intelligent, affectionate, and playful, this pussycat whose origin lies in Thailand is still little known in the West.
Korat, a cat, associated with good luck
Its name derives from a province of ancient Siam, today Thai territory. Cao Nguyen Khorat abounded in these blue cats from before the fourteenth century. But it is at that time that the earliest manuscripts highlighting its beauty are recorded.
Despite the great esteem and popularity in Thailand and other Asian countries, the Korat newly arrived in the West well into the last century. TO USA. He arrived in 1959 and Europe more than a decade later.
Also known as Si-Sawat or ‘Lucky Cat,’ this beautiful feline is a completely natural breed. In this case, the man’s hand had nothing to do with its creation.
The harmony is made by Korat cat. Thai origin, this beautiful representative of the so-called blue-furred breeds are intelligent, playful, and very affectionate with your nearest owner.
Harmonious and silvery fur feline
This beautiful catlike race, soft, flowing lines, and medium-size also has the following physical characteristics :
- muscular and elastic, with the arched body.
- Front wide flat.
- Eyes apart, round and wide open. Green or amber and large relative to the size of the face. Bright and expressive look.
- Large and erect, slightly rounded, and high set ears.
- Medium length tail. It is thicker at the base and has a rounded tip.
- Semilargo short and fine hair, with a single layer without the fluff. Lustrous appearance and uniform silver color, with no spots or stripes.
In addition, it is a cat who has to climb easily and with a smell excellent. The weight ranges between three and four and a half kilos and height between 20 and 35 centimeters. Females are slightly thinner and smaller than males.
Knows how to be the Korat
Affectionate and quiet, it is a cat that lives without problems inside a house. Very sensitive to noise and rapid, jerky movements shown.
So much so that, despite being very affectionate, especially with its next owner, with strangers and children can be somewhat demeaning. It also takes quite well with other Pussycats.