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Somali

Somali

Scientific name: Felis catus
Origin: Australia, United States
Body: Medium
Coat Length: Long Hair

As of the late 1970s, the Somali was fully accepted in North America. The new breed was accepted in Europe in the 1980’s. By 1991, the breed was broadly (though not universally) accepted internationally.

Somali is very clever, gentle, considerate. Motor nerve it is very developed, so agile, like free activities, and therefore not suitable for raising in the apartment. Somali is active, be clever and sensible, catch good catch.

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"Chacal" my irresistible & loving Somali Cat

The Somali is often touted as the "longhaired Abyssinian" because the two breeds look very similar -- except for the length of the coat. Both breeds sport what looks like dark eyeliner and tufts of white fur under their chins.

The Somali is a breathtakingly beautiful cat, with a vibrantly colorful coat, full plume tail, and alert personality. The combination of ticked, dramatically colored fur, striking facial markings, large ears, dark hocks, and full bushy tail and britches gives the Somali a wild "little fox" look which immediately captivates. The Somali is a combination of beauty and personality; a very intelligent cat, its zest for life and love of play (many will fetch toys, open cupbaords, and play with water) blossom with human companionship. The Somali is the epitome of everything most people want in a companion animal -- lively, alert, and actively engaged in everything that piques their curiosity -- but when playtime is over, they will seek all the attention and affection their caretakers are willing to give. Once you've lived with a Somali, you've experienced the best!

Colors and patterns: The usual or ruddy Somali is golden brown ticked with black. There are 28 colours of Somali in total. All organisations that register Somalis permit usual (also known as ruddy), sorrel (a.k.a. red), blue, and fawn. Most clubs also recognise usual/ruddy silver, sorrel/red silver, blue silver, and fawn silver. Other colours that may be accepted by some registries include chocolate, lilac, red, cream, usual-tortie, sorrel-tortie, blue-tortie, fawn-tortie, chocolate-tortie, lilac-tortie, and silver variants of these (e.g. blue-tortie silver).