California Spangled is a domestic cat breed, originated in the 1980s to resemble a leopard, but in a gentler way: wild look but gentle personality.
California Spangled cats have the look of a leopard: long, muscular and athletic body, strong bones and long strong legs. They have round head with strong chin, full whisker pads, almond shaped eyes and strong jaws, equal to small wild felines. They have short hair coat, with the typical round spots like a leopard, but there are also some with different kind of spots, like oval or square ones. Their coat color usually is bronze, brown, blue, red, black, silver and white.
California Spangled cats are social, playful and affectionate. They are very intelligent, very good hunters, with athletic abilities and very good in jumping. It is common for this cat to jump in high places without any difficulty.
They are very attached and devoted to their owners and being always a curious nature, follow you all around home to watch over your activities or even taking part in some of them. They love playing with family members and this is something they really need to be happy.
They get along well other cats; though with children you should supervise so they are treated with care and there are no dangers involved. Your children should know that this is a loving cat, but very active, that should be treated with respect.
They do not require special grooming because they are short haired cats; weekly brushing would be perfect. No particular health problems are recorded associated with this breed, or any genetic issues. Annual vaccination is required to protect the cat from the common health issues.
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