About the Cheetoh Cat
Large, exotic, and active, Cheetoh cats are fun-loving individuals that crave attention from their families. They tend to get on well with everyone – other pets included!
These incredible cats have a wild appearance, even though they are eight generations removed from the wildcats that make up the breed's foundation. Don’t let that fool you though: They are dedicated lap cats, happy to curl up on the couch and enjoy some well-deserved time in front of the TV!
Cheetoh cats can weigh more than 20 pounds. They are among the largest cat breeds ever developed, and as they’re relatively new, they are also among the rarest.
Since Cheetoh cats are several generations removed from their wild ancestors, they thrive on high quality cat food and have no special dietary requirements.
These cats are not prone to shedding as their hair is extremely short. Light brushing can bring out the hair's sheen. As Cheetoh cats are large and active, your furniture will thank you for keeping their toenails trimmed. You might also wish to brush your cat's teeth on a regular basis.
Cheetoh cats love to jump, climb, run, and explore. They thrive on interactive play and they appreciate access to a tall cat tower, wall shelves, and window seats.
As hybrid cats, Cheetohs tend to enjoy robust good health. Cataracts, eye disease, sensitivity to anesthetics, and heart disease may be inherited in some cases.
The Cheetoh cat is a relatively new breed. Developed by Carol Dryman in 2001, Cheetoh cats were first created by crossing Bengal cats with Ocicats. The goal was to create a new cat breed with a gentle, friendly nature and a physical appearance similar to a wildcat.
Although Cheetoh cats are gaining popularity thanks to their incredible personalities and exotic good looks, they are not yet recognized by the Cat Fanciers Association or any other breed registry.
Did You Know?
Cheetoh cats are incredibly sociable. They do not like to be left alone, and they enjoy interacting with other pets.
These cats are highly trainable. They enjoy learning new tricks and once they learn how to walk on a leash, they appreciate outdoor adventures.
While some cats gravitate toward just one human companion, Cheetoh cats have a tendency to develop fond relationships with everyone in the family.
The Breed Standard
Legs & Paws
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does a Cheetoh cat cost?
Cheetoh cats cost between $500-$2,400.
How big do Cheetoh cats get?
Cheetoh cats tend to be large in size. A fully grown Cheetoh cat might weigh between 12-25 pounds or more and range in height anywhere from about 12"-18" inches tall.
How long do Cheetoh cats live?
The Average lifespan for Cheetoh is 10-15 years.
Do Cheetoh cats shed?
Cheetoh are short-haired cats. Therefore, they do not shed as much as long-haired cat breeds.