Cat Breed of the Day: Korat

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From PetfinderKorats are not as vocal as their Siamese comrades; they have other ways of getting their wishes across. At dinnertime they’ll wrap themselves around your ankle, clamber up onto your shoulder, and perhaps give you a nip on the shin if you don’t hurry up with the cat food, but given something important to say, they speak their minds. On the cat activity level scale, they are an 8: social, playful, and full of life, but not bouncing-off-the-walls hyper. They are also reported to possess high intelligence. Like the Siamese, Korats are fetchers of tossed toys, cats whose favorite game is the one in which you take an active part. Korats crave affection from their humans, and will scheme to gain possession of your lap, your arms, and your heart.

Do any of you out there own a Korat?  If so we’d love for you to send in any pictures you might have.  Also any links to some videos or stories would be a great plus so we can add them to the site.  In the meantime we hope you enjoy this gallery of Korat cats and kittens.  Be sure to click “next” beneath each photo to view them all!



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