The Oriental Bicolor Cat, originally from United States, is a medium sized, short coated cat breed that has become quite popular among cat fans around the world. Oriental Bicolor Cat owners have really enjoyed their time with this feline companion and noted that they are curious, intelligent, and social. Owners can expect to spend many years with their Oriental Bicolor Cat. They are said to live between 13 and 14 years! Please continue to read on to see more about the characteristics of the Oriental Bicolor Cat breed and what the requirements are for owning one!
The Oriental Bicolor Cat breed is a medium sized cat compared to other breeds. It is petite, bitsy, and tiny. This also gives the Oriental Bicolor Cat a defining difference when compared to other breeds. Future cat owners that are searching for a medium sized cat breed will be very pleased with this cat as it often weighs within 8 lbs to 15 lbs. The Oriental Bicolor 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 Oriental Bicolor Cat breed is often found in pure white, black, blue, chocolate, lilac, and mustard. The Oriental Bicolor Cat breed has a long length tail. This is due to its origins and the genetics that were thought out when the cat was originally bred. Their medium sized eyes, that are common among the Oriental Bicolor Cat breed, create a unique look that their owners find adorable.
Oriental Bicolor Cat breeds adapt immediately to their new environment. They have no physical or emotional when moving into a new home! This cat breed requires no time to make new human friends. It will easily warm up to them after a brief introduction. The Oriental Bicolor Cat breed can be very social, but does not require a lot of interaction. They are a great pet for owners that are looking to spend occasional time with their cats. This cat is good for homes with children. It does a good job tolerating their unfledged behavior. The Oriental Bicolor Cat is perfect for owners who already have a dog or two. This cat gets along very well with canines! This cat enjoys being loving. Owners can expect this cat to snuggle up with them after a long day out. While many cat breeds are playful, the Oriental Bicolor Cat is not. This breed is not the choice for those who are looking for a playful family cat. While young, the Oriental Bicolor Cat breed shows a playful demeanor, but soon outgrows it as it ages. This cat will often play when interacted with, but does not seek out the playful interaction on its own. The Oriental Bicolor Cat breed is quite playful. Owners should have a stash of fun cat toys available for this cat breed! This cat breed loves to play so much that it will often wake its owner up, at the start of each day, for playtime. This cat has a little more energy than other breeds, which makes it more active. Not many cats are as smart as this one. The Oriental Bicolor Cat is one of the most intelligent cats in the world.
Maintaining the Oriental Bicolor 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 Oriental Bicolor Cat will shed throughout most of the year. The mess may not be all that much, but owners should expect it throughout the year. Owners have stated that this cat is prone to health problems. This is a cat breed that requires extra attention as it gets older. As with all pets, owners should expect health problems to occur as the pet gets older. Common health problems for the Oriental Bicolor Cat breed are Diarrhea, Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease, and Eye Problems. The Oriental Bicolor Cat breed is hypoallergenic and, in most cases, will not cause a reaction in those who have cat allergies. After the initial purchase price that ranges between $250 and $550, owners should expect to pay around $950 annually for the Oriental Bicolor Cat’s needs.