Ocicat This breed resembles a wild cat but behaviorally it is not at all savage. This is a breed of Siamese and Abyssinian. Their temperament is comparable to that of the high spirited dogs. They are faithful, sociable and easy to train. There are as many as twelve recognized coloration of cats under this breed.
Ocicat -- bright, easily trained, very affectionate. becomes very attached to the people in it's family but is not demanding. does well in a household with other pets. usually extroverted and friendly with strangers. being very sociable, it doesn't like being left alone for long periods.
Ocicats come in many colors. There are six basic classes of color. They are tawny, chocolate, cinnamon, ebony silver, chocolate silver, cinnamon silver, dilute (blue, lavender, fawn), dilute silver (blue silver, lavender silver, fawn silver) and A.O.V (Any Other Variety) class. The AOV class includes patterns such as classic tabbies and solids that can also be born in Ocicat litters.