|Place of Origin: Malaysia|
|Coat Type: short|
|Color: Siamese points, tortie, agouti, seal brown, blue, chocolate,
lilac, red, cream, all with white, white blaze on face and muzzle.
|Temperament: loving and friendly|
What is the origin of the Kucing Malaysia Cat?
The Kucing Malaysia is a relatively young breed and may still be evolving. The idea for a cat breed from Malaysia came at the end of 1994. The Kucing Malaysia owes its beginnings to Mrs. Alva Uddin, Board Member of the International World Body who maintains and regulates breed standards.
What does the Kucing Malaysia look like?
The Kucing Malaysia is medium in size and bone structure. The head is egg-shaped with rounded cheeks. Wide set eyes are almond-shaped and blue or blue-green in color. Ears are set wide apart and rounded at the tips, tilting a bit forward. The tail has a rounded tip too. The silky coat is short and lies close to the body with barely any undercoat. Coat colors are Siamese points, tortie, agouti, seal brown, blue, chocolate, lilac, red, cream – all with white. There is usually a white blaze on the face and muzzle.
Does the Kucing Malaysia make a good pet?
The Kucing Malaysia has a temperament very similar to the Bengal – loving and playful, a good family cat.
Possible Health Issues
No known health issues at present.