ORIENTAL SHORTHAIR KITTENS FOR SALE NEAR ME
ORIENTAL SHORTHAIR BREEDERS

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HISTORY OF THE ORIENTAL SHORTHAIR

There is a solid reason why the Oriental Shorthair might make you think of the colorpoint Siamese cat. After World War II threatened to exterminate a number of domestic cat breeds, crossbreeding to revive the Siamese breed gave rise to Oriental Shorthair cats. Breeders in Europe interbred Siamese cats with Abyssinians, Russian Blues, and British Shorthairs before breeding the resulting kittens back with Siamese cats. As a result, kittens with pointed coats were produced, and they served as the foundation for the Siamese breed's comeback. The basis for Oriental Shorthairs was laid by other coat and color variations. Breeders questioned whether all color and pattern combinations should be their own breeds when Siamese cats and Oriental Shorthairs were initially divided. When they learned how many breeds that would be (roughly 300 too many! ), they abandoned the idea. As a result, the Oriental Shorthair evolved became the dominant breed, with colors and patterns serving as breed variations.

OUR ORIENTAL KITTEN HEALTH

All of our breeding oriental shorthair cats undergo a series of health tests to screen for various possible hereditary diseases, including HCM (heart), by a specialized cardiologist. These measures avoid many problems for our cats, our oriental shorthair Kittens for sale, and their future owners.

Our cattery is proud to have tested negative for the following diseases and parasites:

HCM (heart condition)

FIV / FeLV (Immunodeficiency / Leukemia)

PK-Deficiency (anemia)

PRA-b (progressive retinal atrophy of the eyes)

Trichomonas (intestinal parasites)

Giardia (intestinal parasites)

Coccidiosis (intestinal parasites)

Soriental shorthair breeder

ORIENTAL SHORTHAIR PERSONALITIES

These cats, despite their imposing appearance, are sweethearts who love to be with their family. Even when their pet parents get home, Oriental Shorthairs greet them at the door.
The Oriental Shorthair expects you to show them the same level of devotion as you show them. If you show them love and dedication in return, they will be a very devoted companion.
You know those times when all you want to do is let your frustrations out? Oriental Shorthairs also do. They are incredibly talkative and never run out of topics to discuss with their family.
The Oriental Shorthair is not the cat for you if you're seeking for one who will spend a lot of time alone and quietly. They are outspoken, vivacious, and demanding of your whole attention.
When left alone for too long, the Oriental Shorthair might get lonely and melancholy. Getting your Oriental Shorthair a fuzzy buddy might significantly improve how they feel throughout the day if you work a lot. They play with dogs and get along well with other cats.

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