The Korn Ja Cat, originally from Thailand, is a small sized, hairless coated cat breed that has become quite popular among cat fans around the world. This cat breed has won over the hearts of their owners with ease. This is because they are very affectionate, loving, and intelligent. Their personality and demeanor is what makes most owners incredibly happy to have them in their homes for their entire lifespan of 16 years! If you think this cat breed could be what you are looking for, please read on to learn more about them!

Body Characteristics

The Korn Ja Cat has been known for its small size and this has been a deciding factor for many owners of this breed. Its build is best described as delicate, teeny, and bitsy. Because the Korn Ja Cat breed is a small sized cat breed it often weighs between 6 lbs to 11 lbs. This cat would fit well in a small sized home! The Korn Ja Cat has a heritage with depth. The breeding of its pedigree has led to a fur coat (or lack-there-of) that is commonly described as glabrous, stark, and reveling. This is one of the most popular cat breeds because of its color scheme. The Korn Ja Cat breed is often found in blue-gray. The long length tail found in most of the Korn Ja Cat breed is believed to help the cat with balance, grace, and agility. Their medium sized eyes, that are common among the Korn Ja Cat breed, create a unique look that their owners find adorable.


When it comes to entering a new home, the Korn Ja Cat does not need much time to adjust. It should begin to act normal within a few days after a move, or when you first bring it to your home. The Korn Ja Cat really loves to make new human friends! It has no problem showing love and affection to everyone it meets! The Korn Ja Cat can not get enough interaction. Owners of this cat should expect to see it along their side most of the day! Owners have said that their Korn Ja Cat spends a lot of time with their children. They have also stated that the cat remains loving no matter how aggressive the children’s actions may be towards it. The Korn Ja Cat loves to be around dogs! So much so, that it could be said that the cat sees the dogs as family! Owners have said that this cat will often comfort them after a bad day. The cat has no trouble showing affection to cheer up the ones it loves. This cat breed loves to play so much that it will often wake its owner up, at the start of each day, for playtime. Energy is not a problem for the Korn Ja Cat. At times it can appear to have an endless amount! Learning routines and some moderate training should be expected for the Korn Ja Cat because they are smarter than the average cat.


Maintaining the Korn Ja Cat’s outer layer will need to be done through bathing and/or brushing it a few times each month. Its nails may also need to be trimmed regularly. The Korn Ja Cat breed sheds lightly. Extra cleaning will not be required, as the shedding will not be noticed if the owner already cleans their home regularly. Health issues in the Korn Ja Cat breed are uncommon, though they do occur on a rare occasion. As with all pets, owners should expect health problems to occur as the pet gets older. Common health problems for the Korn Ja Cat breed are Vomiting, Fleas, and Diarrhea. The Korn Ja Cat breed may cause a reaction in those who have cat allergies. Annually, the Korn Ja Cat breed will cost their owner around $1000 for upkeep. This does not include the initial purchase price that ranges between $300 – $800.