Cat Matata, the offspring of my traditional Persian queen, cat Matahari is more dog-like in behaviour, something that baffles me.
He is absolutely childish in behaviour, the non-human child of my bachelor house-hold!
He is mortally afraid of his dam Matahari, she being the ultimate alpha cat of the house. He responds to his name like a dog and loves jumping onto my bed to be petted, his favourite "petting spot".
He is now 1 year 7 months old and absolute "Puppylike" in behaviour besides being a total flop at mating, being mortally afraid of his dam Matahari.
I was thinking of inbreeding them at least once in order to breed a warm weather acclimatised Persian cat breed.
Matahari has come into heat numerous times, but Matata seems confused regarding mating as she repels his advances.
I personally feel male cats are more affectionate towards their human owner and Matata is really the non-human child of my house, a source of fun and antics.
Hi Rudolph.... Nice to hear from you. Matata might be a failure as a stud but he is gorgeous looking! He has the classic doll face traditional Persian appearance and a lovely looking coat.
PoC is getting more visitors from India. I am sure a lot of them know about you and you cats by now.