There are both longhaired and shorthaired varieties of Seychellios.
Roughly 6-15 pounds.
Seychellios grow to an average size as compared to other cats.
Most Seychellios are born nearly completely white and can develop one of a variety of different colour patterns over the first three years of life.
These cats can either have long coats or short coats.
Seychellios are loving and affectionate cats that make excellent companions. Full of energy, these cats are very lively and like to play.
Country of Origin:
While there is general consensus that this breed originated in England, its exact history and origins are the subject of significant debate. It’s possible that this breed was developed during the 1970s, but some believe that it was developed during the 1980s, and others believe the breed originated in 1995.
No other common names are listed for this breed.
Seychellios are energetic and athletic cats. Often described by owners as scatterbrained, these cats love to receive attention from their family members and will often demand such attention.
Seychellios are quite intelligent and are reasonably trainable.
These cats are very energetic and have a high activity level.
The ideal household for a Seychellios is one that is prepared for a very high-energy cat. It’s also important that these cats receive plenty of attention from their owners. For an appropriate family that is able to meet the attention demands and handle the high activity level of this breed, the Seychellios can be a wonderful and very entertaining companion.
No breeders listed at this time.