Cat breeds — Korat Cat
The silver-gray Korat Thailand is made in their home country for centuries as a lucky cat. She has a short coat, expressive eyes and a balanced character. The beautiful Korat Cat has a strong but elegant physique. Her head is heart-shaped with a broad forehead and large, broad ears. Chin and cheekbones of the lucky cat are strong, the profile is curved. The strikingly large eyes of the Korat are expressive and usually green. Also amber eyes are possible at the pet friendly. The Korat has a dense, silvery coat without undercoat. Shades or patterns it has not. A cat typically weighs between 2.5 and 4.5 kg and a cat up to 5.5 kg with a shoulder height of 40 to 50 cm.
The Korat Cat: A dear, wise luck bringer
The Thai cat is considered to be wonderfully easy-care indoor cat. She has a social and sociable being. As a single animal you should not keep them therefore. She is affectionate and people oriented. Through her playful temperament is the perfect cat children. The history of the Korat cat can be traced back to the 14th century. Her reputation, her beauty and her character make the cat very popular with the Thai people. It is considered highly respectful and appreciative gift and is rarely offered for sale.
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