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The Korat is a medium sized cat with a robust, cobby build. The face is attractive and alert with a heart-shaped appearance and large mobile ears. The overall impression the Korat gives is of smooth curves and huge eyes, wrapped in a gleaming blue-silver coat. Eye colours are green, or greenish-amber, and may take up to two years to fully develop their final colour. 

10 - 15 years
2.7 - 4.5kg
Blue is the only colour the Korat comes in, though the degree of silver shading may vary.
The need-to-know
  • Benefits from an experienced owner
  • Needs high-level of enrichment including simulated hunting games and interactive play
  • Highly active and inquisitive cat
  • Sociable and dependent cat
  • Slightly talkative cat
  • Average build cat breed
  • Requires grooming once a week
  • Needs extensive outdoor space
  • Not ideal for family homes
  • Can be left alone all day
  • Needs a calm environment
Generally healthy breed

The Korat cat breed can suffer from:
- Gangliosidosis GM1 and GM2 which are storage diseases that affect the nervous system, but it is worth noting there is a low prevalence of this disease in this breed.
Testing available:
- DNA testing for gangliosidosis which tests whether or not a cat has the potential to be affected by this condition. 


The Korat is an engaging and affectionate cat, inclined to ‘help’ owners with anything they are doing around the home but in an unobtrusive rather than irritating way. Whether you are doing a little light plumbing, or simply watch TV, the Korat will be by your side, on your lap or possibly, in your toolbox! Korats are also excellent problem solvers and not just at opening containers or cupboard doors. Korats have even been known to alter radio settings to a station more to their liking! Korat owners say that the breed is not only expressive and easy to read, but are adept mind readers and they know what you are thinking, often before you are thinking it!