Illustrations of Oriental Cats in various resting positions including sitting and lying down

The Oriental cat is a domestic cat breed stemming from the Siamese. It is known for its lengthy extremes: a long head, long legs, tall ears, and tapered tail. The Oriental cat is divided into two kinds: the long-haired and short-haired. The long-haired Oriental cat developed over time as a separate breed although it is less common than the short-haired Oriental cat. The Oriental cat is considered intelligent and needing of time and attention.

Drawing of an Oriental Cat comparing its size to a typical person

The typical Oriental has an overall height of 8.0”-10.0" (20-25 cm) and body length of 12.0”-15.0” (30-38 cm). An average Oriental weighs between 5-10 lb (2-5 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 8-12 years.

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Height: 
8.0”-10.0" | 20-25 cm
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Length:
12.0”-15.0” | 30-38 cm
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Weight:
5-10 lb | 2-5 kg
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Lifespan:
8-12 years

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Drawings include:
Oriental Cat side profile (walking), side (sitting), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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Cats (Felis catus), often referring to as domestic or house cats, are small carnivorous mammals that are typically domesticated as pets by humans. First kept for the task of hunting mice, cats today remain popular pets because of their companionship. Cat breeds vary by origin, size, and coat types.