by Nora Scholin
Mokave Cat at 3 yrs, and 28 lbs.
For almost nine years I've been developing a new breed of cat called the Mokave Jag Cat. I've uploaded a photo of one of my biggest males for you to look at, but you might want to visit my website at Mokave Cats to see more photos and videos. (I think you'll be surprised how large and exotic looking they are!
Here's another picture of the Mokave Jag Cat (pronounced mo ka vee):
And you can see a video by clicking on the following link (a window pops up with the option to play the video in a media player, usually Widows Media Player):
Some information about this cat:
- they are bred for a wild look and a gentle temperament
- they are smart, very fast and agile and unusually affectionate
- they are designed to resemble miniature jaguars
- the video (click on link above) shows the "twist" ears
- the Mokave cats have soft pelts, two-toned rosettes or tri-colored marble patterns and thick tails
- they are bigger than most domestic cats
- I also produce snows: Snow Mink and Seal Lynx Point
My site tells you more.