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Asian Semi longhair

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Other names  Tiffanie, Tiffany
Scientific name  Felis catus
Rank  Breed
GCCF  standard
Higher classification  Cat
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Origin  Great Britain, United Kingdom
Similar  Burmilla, California Spangled, Cymric cat, York Chocolate, German Rex

Asian semi longhair cat cat breeds 101


The Asian Semi-Longhair is a cat breed similar to the Asian Shorthair except it has semi-long fur. The breed is also known by the name Tiffanie or Tiffany. It is recognized in any of the Asian Shorthair or Burmese colors and patterns. Like the Asian Shorthair, the breed was developed in Britain and is not currently recognized by any U.S. Registries. It has full recognition in the GCCF. It is related to, and in some registries distinct from, the Chantilly-Tiffany or Foreign Longhair, the North American variant.

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Asian semi longhair cat breed


History

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The Tiffanie was developed in the 1980s in the United Kingdom as a longhaired version of the Asian Shorthair. The breed origins can be traced back to matings between a longhaired cat and a Burmese. They are very similar to Burmillas.

Temperament

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The Tiffany is a gentle, active and curious breed. Cats of this breed are attached to their owners, but do not always get along with other cats, since they can be quite jealous. The Asian Semi-longhair is spirited and expects its keeper to dedicate a lot of time to it. Asian Semi-longhairs can be very vocal and are not recommended for small apartments.

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References

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