TRADITIONAL
ORIENTAL SHORT-HAIRS


KITTENS ARE AVAILABLE IN
BLUE, EBONY & GOLDEN TABBY
ready to go.


$200.00ea.
Born June 29th.

$50.00


Mom
Traditional Oriental Short-Hair
(Blue Smoke)
Dad
Traditional Siamese
(Seal)



OSH-#1 - Golden Tabby Girl -



OSH-#2 - Blue Smoke Girl -



OSH-#3 - Ebony Girl -




OSH-#4 - Ebony Boy -




A BIT ABOUT.
Todays OSH

Sometimes referred to as a Siamese with designer genes,
the Oriental Short-hair (OSH)
is accepted in a myriad of colours and patterns,
so many that breeders usually specialize in only a few favourites.
You'll be able to find the OSH of your dreams faster
if you� re flexible about colour, pattern or gender.

Today�s Oriental Shorthair was not originally
a direct import from Thailand,
but rather a Siamese hybrid.
Although cats of different colours were also in Siam in the early years of the Traditional Siamese,
& the Siamese coat & colour must have derived from these cats.
The new breed�s creation was deliberate and planned in the 1950s.
British breeders started crossing Siamese cats
with domestic shorthairs and Russian Blues
developing the breed of today.
Breeders wanted a cat very similar to the Siamese in personality
but in a wider range of colours and patterns.
In those days some people were not fond of the Siamese colour point pattern &
preferred a more normal solid colour,
but still wanted the wonderful intelligence
& dog like personality of the Siamese.
The Oriental Shorthair comes in every kitty colour
you've ever imagined,
and likely some you haven't.
As the breed standard says,
the Oriental�s reason for being is the coat colour.
The breed is essentially a Siamese not confined to the colour-point pattern & colours.
The coat is short & sleek, eyes are not crossed, and can be
blue, green, teal, or odd-eyed.
An OSH is a wonderful, loving breed & may well be the cat your family has been waiting for!

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