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ABOUT THE KURILIAN BOBTAIL CATS
Size: medium- large, 8 to 15lbs (3.6kg – 7kg)

Energy level: 3/5

Talkative: 2/5

Coat: short to long, thick and very silky

Seeking: I love everyone

Child friendly: yes

Personality: extremely loving, friendly and laid back, extremely skilled hunter

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More facts...Learn about the Kurilian Bobtail Cat
The lineage originates from the Kuril Islands, which is claimed by both Russia and Japan. There are also isolated populations of the breed in the neighbouring Russian Island of Sakhalin and Kamchatka.

The breed began to gain popularity in the late 1980’s when scientists doing field research in the Kuril Island decided to bring along a few “specimens” back to the mainland for observation. The scientists initially thought that these cats were ferral and dangerous. However they were surprised when one of the wild looking cats approached them and did not even protest when petted.

A few more specimens were brought back to Russia in the succeeding months. The breed was officially joined the ranks of the Soviet Felenology Federation in 1991. The Kurilian bobtails were officially accepted by TICA in 1994, followed by WCF and Fife in 1995.

Neuters and Graduates
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Alaska

Alaska

Parents : Rafaella & Raphael

Born on the 28th July 2018

Red silver, male

MOVED

kurilian bobtail
DOB: 28/03/2018 Bobby is our first Kurilian Bobtail cat, he is a neutered boy. He travelled all the way from Chita, Siberia to live with us. Bobby is a very gentle cat, a great representation of his breed (despite he looks like a girl). Bobby can jump very high and he loves playing with feather toys, practicing his high jumps πŸ™‚ He is also great with the kittens, we call him the Godfather: he play with them, grooms them and teaches them all the good things πŸ™‚ We devoted our cattery for him, hence the name Bobbylicious πŸ™‚