Cat Profile Cheetoh

Cheetoh Cat Breed Information

Cheetoh cats are large, exotic, and lively animals who demand attention from their family. They get along well with everyone, including other pets! Even though they are eight generations away from the wildcats who made the breed’s origin, these amazing cats have a wild aspect. But don’t let that deceive you!

They are faithful lap cats, pleased to curl up on the couch and enjoy some well-deserved TV time. Cheetoh cats can reach weights of over 20 pounds. They are among the largest cat breeds ever created, and since they are so new, they are also among the most rare.



The Cheetoh cat is a brand-new breed. These cats were produced in 2001 by Carol Dryman by breeding Bengal cats with Ocicats. The goal was to develop a new cat breed with a kind, loving behavior and the physical look of a wildcat. Despite their great personalities and exotic excellent looks, Cheetoh cats are not yet recognised by the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) or any other breed registry.

The breed however, has been a registered breed with the United Feline Organization since November 2004. They are also listed as an experimental breed-only by the International Cat Association, as the breed is still fairly new.



The Cheetoh is a huge and muscular breed for a housecat. In fact, this is one of the largest domesticated cat breeds, with males being larger than females. They have a velvety coat that is thick, lustrous, and short, and they are hypoallergenic. This silky coat sheds very little and only needs a weekly brushing to stay clean and smooth.

Brushing also aids in the removal of stray hair and provides an excellent time to engage with your little tiger and provide him with the attention he requires. The breed has a gorgeous, velvety coat that resembles a small cheetah. This cat’s fur could be one of six possible colors: blue marbled, brown marbled, snow marbled, snow spotted, cinnamon spotted, silver spotted, and brown spotted.

  • Weight: 7 to 11 kg
  • Coat length: Short, and thick
  • Amount of shedding: Low
  • Color: Blue, brown, snow. silver and cinnamon
  • Pattern: Spotted and marbled


A Cheetoh is a fun-loving cat who enjoys playing, running, and jumping across every room in your home. When they aren’t exercising and releasing their energy, these cats will relax and be ready for some snuggles with their human family. These delicate and talkative felines are also lovely, docile, and friendly, and they make excellent pets.

So, despite their wild appearance, they have the personality of a domestic cat. They are even recognized for their affection for humans, their curiosity, and their close ties with their favorite humans. Cheetohs do exceptionally well in active, large households. After all, the more people there are in a household, the easier it will be to provide this breed with the love and attention it loves.

These cats should not be overlooked, and they should be kept entertained to avoid boredom. If you are intending to introduce a Cheetoh into your household, you may want to consider another cat, as this may help lowered boredom and loneliness when you are too busy or not at home. These cats have even been described as behaving like dogs, and they are known for their high level of intelligence. 

  • Lifespan: 12 to 14 years
  • Active: High
  • Intelligence: High
  • Vocalize: Medium

Health Treatment

Responsible breeders thoroughly test their cats for any known or unknown health conditions associated with the breed. Cheetohs are vulnerable to a variety of health problems, including:

  • Renal amyloidosis: When an insoluble protein called amyloid is stored in organs like the kidneys or liver, it may cause a genetic disorder. It causes organ failure by causing lesions, dysfunction, and organ failure.
  • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: The heart walls, especially the left ventricle, thicken due to a common heart disease that affects many cat breeds.
  • Gum disease

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