The Ocicat was recognized for CFA registration in 1966, but it took another twenty years to develop the breed and gain enough support from other catteries and breeders to achieve provisional status. The Ocicat was advanced to championship status on May 1987 to the delight of Virginia and her daughter who first developed and named the breed.
Because of the pure domestic blood of the Ocicat it's temperment is exquisite, often described by its owners as dog like, because of its trainability, confident nature and its athleticism, this cat is indeed for the out going kind of person who doesnt want a bashful kitty in his house.
come in many colors and at least all those colors associated with the three foundation breeds: tawny, chocolate, cinnamon, blue, lavender, fawn, silver, chocolate silver, cinnamon silver, blue silver, lavender silver, and fawn silver and all of them must be studded spots to be able to fit the standards.
For the standard in CFA please click on this link:
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