“Ocelot Domestic Cat” is incorrect. People are getting mixed up between the ocelot and the Ocicat. The ocelot is a small, beautifully patterned, wild cat species living in Central and South America and at one time in the south of the United States. It can be tamed but is unsuitable as a domestic cat.
The Ocicat is a rare, totally domestic cat multi-hybrid that is designed to have the appearance of the wild cat or at least give a sense of the wild cat ancestor. It is a mix of three cat breeds: Siamese, Abyssinian and American Shorthair.
Ironically, the Ocicat was created with the intention of slowing the importation of small wild cats into North America. Ocelots are sometimes imported as “pets”. So these cats are linked in that way.
So, there you are. If you are searching for “ocelot domestic cat”, change your search to “Ocicat domestic cat” or simply click on this link to read more about the Ocicat.
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