Scientific name: Felis catus
Coat Length: Long Hair
The Highlander breed first began development in 2004 with its roots tracing back to the REFR-registered Highland Lynx (which in turn was derived from the Desert Lynx, the American Curl and the American Bobtail).
The Highlander has a long sloping forehead and blunt muzzle with a very wide nose. The eyes are wide-set and the ears are upright with a slight curl and a slight turn in the backward direction, and some have polydactyl claws and likes water. The body is substantial and very muscular. Most Highlanders have a naturally short tail, approximately hock-length. Despite the “big-cat look”, the Highlander is a human-oriented, friendly and playful cat.