Welcome to the source for Ocicat information!

Just heard about the Ocicat? Unlike some wild-appearing breeds, the Ocicat is not descended from an Ocelot (or any other wild animal!). It is a mix of the all-domestic breeds of Abyssinian, Siamese, and American Shorthair. There is no similarity between the Ocicat and wild hybrids like the Bengal, Savannah, Ashera, and others, except that they have spots! For more about the typical Ocicat, see

About the Ocicat and Living with an Ocicat

The Ocicat is an excellent companion, whether you are looking for a pet, a great agility competitor, or a show cat!

Want to know more about the Ocicat's history? See History of the Ocicat.

Interested in the Ocicat's 12 beautiful colors (or simply want to see some beautiful Ocicats)? See Colors

The Ocicat is a very successful show cat. For more information (and lots of pictures) see


Join us! More information about becoming a Breeder


Many thanks to Barb Stewart of Auxarcs Ocicats for her contribution to the history of the Ocicat.

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