Oriental ShorthairOrietalic Shorthair
Oriental Shorthair is a race of house cats close to the Siamese. As the Siamese, the Oriental have almond-shaped points, a triangle-like form of the forehead, large sized hearing and an oblong, slim and muscle-like corpore. Oriental people are socially, intelligently, and many are rather noisy. In contrast to the blue-eyed ancestors of the race, the Oriental are mostly green-eyed.
1 ] The Oriental Longhair is only different in fur length. Oriental Shorthair is a member of the Himalaya race and can be found in different plain colours and designs like smok, shiaded, parti-color/tortoiseshell, tabby and bicolour (all above, with white). 4 ] Not all variations are accepted by all organisations that recognise the race.
In the longhaired variant of the race, the Oriental Longhair (recognized by CFA since 1995) just bears a couple of longhair transgenes. Some of the spot-colored descendants of Oriental Shorthair are regarded by the Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) as "any other strain" (AOV), but according to the family tree some can vie as color points.
2 ] In the International cat Association (TICA) and many other breeders organisations these females are regarded as Siamese if they are recognised at all. 2 ] Other racial registers call this the quinchilla model. ORIENTAL SHORTHEIR. "The Oriental racial profile." Archiveed from the orginal on October 29, 2012.
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