The Korat (not to be mistaken with Borat!) is a medium-sized puss who is muscular and athletic and has a silver blue coat. The Korat’s coat can be any shade of blue, tipped with silver. Show cats tend to have a lot of silver tipping and no tabby markings. Similar in appearance to the Russian Blue, Korat cats can be differentiated by their peridot green rather than emerald eyes. Females are daintier than males. The head of the Korat is a heart shape when viewed from the front and is widest across the eyes. Koran's have high-set ears, giving an alert expression. The cat's wide-set eyes are large and luminous, but note that young Karats don't have the brilliant eye colour —it can take two or more years for the eye colour to reach the same intensity as an adult Korat cat's.
Any shade of blue, tipped with silver.
Korats need approximately 70-80 Kcals of food per kg of bodyweight per day. They're not greedy and tend only to eat what is necessary to maintain their weight.
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