Each cat breeds Assur O’Poil – Sokoke
. History and origins
Sokoke is a native of Kenya, he lived in the wild in the Sokoke forest as his name implies. Extremely wild in its natural state, it lives primarily in trees, and feeds on insects.
One day, a woman found a woman born in a hollow of trees, on the edge of this forest. This is how the first breed was born.
The breed is reported to be in the 70s in the West, where it has not had much success.
He is a very good hunter because he is an excellent climber.
. Character and competencies
Despite its rusty origins, the Sokoke has a social and loving attitude. He seeks the nobility and attention of his master. He is an alert and intelligent cat. It adapts very well to apartment living despite being an impressive climber. Moreover, he likes to communicate and emits numerous sounds in order to communicate. The Sokoke has been tamed but still retains its independence and a touch of safety in its spirit.
. Physical characteristics
● Average life expectancy: 15 to 20 years
● Average height: 35 cm at the withers
● Average weight: 3 to 6 kilos.
The Sokoke is well muscled but still lean. The hind legs are characterized by defined breathing, which is characterized by the Sokoke breed. The fur of the Sokoke is highlighted with a short coat and has a mottled effect. It has a small head that is slightly disproportionate to the body. Large amber eyes set at an angle make her look lightning. Eventually, the Lynx can recall with its ears with black plumage on the ends.
. Health and care
Sokoke is strong, does not require special maintenance and has little hair loss. It is not prone to disease.