Karelian BobtailThe Karelian Bobtail
The Karelian Bobtail
Karelian Bobtail is available in many colours, except chocolate-purple, crispy and cinnamon: whitish, blackened, blue, reddish, creme, tortie and creamy-blues. Any of these colours can be with gold or gold, shave and quinchilla, for example dark grey smok, tortoise smoky, blue-cream smoky, gold coloured gold smoked, gold coloured gold smoked, gold coloured tobacco, gold coloured tobacco, gold coloured tobacco, etc.
Each of these colours can have a classical Tabby design, blotched, mackerelled and speckled, they can also have a silvery blotched one. Any of these colours can also be combined with whites, van and bicolours, e.g. smoky bicolour, blueby van tab, quinchilla bicolour, etc. Karelian Bobtail is a mid-sized pompon-like bobtail.
Slightly slanting, mid-size and ovate in size. There is no connection between the colour of the skin and the colour of the lash. Feet are moderately long and powerful. It is made up of one or more bends or bends or a mixture of both.
It has a supple and mobile cock basis. In this case it does not matter in which way the cock is bent. Karelian Bobtail is available as long and short hair. It has a middle long, very thick fur and a well evolved smooth underscoat. Thick and shiny top hair.
Like the long-haired variety, the fur is very thick, and has a well-designed, supple underscoat. Thick and shiny top hair. Karelian Bobtail is a native Karelian species found along the coastline and on the Ladoga islets. Bobtail is recessively hereditary, which is different from the Kurilian Bobtail.
This means that both parent must have a Bobtail cock for the kitten to have a Bobtail cock. Like all Bobtail queens, the Karelian Bobtail is very kind. It has a nice shine and shine, it looks like real nature silt. However, they should be brush-finished at the change of fur to get rid of the hair.