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Website last updated:
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25/11/2018 - new photos of Peekaboo's kittens at 7 weeks old click here
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11/11/2018 - show results updated click here 
27/10/2018 - new photos of Peekaboo's kittens at 3 weeks old click here

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Welcome to the spectacularly spotty world of Zayenah Ocicats.
Australia's most experienced Ocicat breeder for fully health tested Ocicats 
that optimise the true beauty and temperament of the Ocicat.
We have been continuously involved in the Ocicat breed for over a decade, 
our cattery is registered with FASA and DCMB in South Australia. 

With elite, award winning show cats, we endeavor to "perfect perfection" in the Ocicat to ensure our babies have exceptional temperaments, along with the look of a wild cat that will delight our kitten families with their personalities and loving natures. 
Kittens available to approved homes throughout Australia and world wide,
see our kittens page for more details

Comments from world renowned cat show judges about our Ocicats:
"Leading the way for Ocicats in Australia"
"I'm blown away by the temperaments & standard of the Ocicats today"
"These are the sweetest Ocicats I've ever met"

 Ocicat kitten availability 
Contact us to adopt your stunning Ocicat kitten today,
join our waiting list to secure a kitten from upcoming litters.
Text or phone: 0432 816 049
Upcoming litter
Double Grand Champion Zayenah Purrfection
CCCA Champion, Jade Gold Double Grand Champion Chezami Azazel (Imp NZ)
are expecting kittens due December 25, 2018
Possible kitten colours & patterns:
chocolate spotted, chocolate spotted silver,
cinnamon spotted, cinnamon spotted silver,
chocolate classic, chocolate silver classic,
cinnamon classic, cinnamon silver classic

Peekaboo's kittens have arrived! (all adopted)
3 gorgeous boys in tawny, chocolate & black spotted silver
click here to visit their litter page and watch them grow

Very exciting news for our FASA end of year results! 
CCCA Champion, Gold Double Grand Champion Chezami Azazel has won best group 3 cat of the year.
(Group 3 is all short hair breeds except Orientals, a big class of outstanding cats to compete against)
Azazel also won best Ocicat entire of the year.
Amethyst Gold Double Grand Champion Zayenah Real Sugar has won best Ocicat neuter of the year.
Zayenah Stars Collide has won best Ocicat kitten of the year.
We showed 6 Ocicats this year and are so proud of our award winning cats, 
they've had some lovely compliments from judges on their temperaments and type.
CCCA Champion, Gold Double Grand Champion Chezami Azazel
(chocolate spotted Ocicat male)
Amethyst Gold Double Grand Champion Zayenah Real Sugar
(tawny spotted Ocicat desexed male)
Zayenah Stars Collide
(cinnamon silver spotted Ocicat female kitten)

The health of our Ocicats is very important to us.
Tritrichomonas Foetus is a parasite that causes diarrhea, 
here at Zayenah we have decided to set ourselves apart from other Ocicat breeders in Australia
so have tested our Ocicats to ensure they are negative for this, and other parasites.
Our Ocicats are also PRA clear and Pk-Def negative.
Click here to visit our Ocicat health page for more information

Ocicats (pronounced Oss-e-cat), or Oci's were named by the original breeders daughter after the Ocelots they resemble, Oci's are the wild looking cat with NO wild blood. Ocicats are actually 100% domestic - created by accident in the 1960's from an Abyssinian and Siamese mating, later the American Shorthair was brought in for the silver colouring. Ocicats walk like they are stalking in the jungle and have a gorgeous wild looking pattern.

Tonga, the first Ocicat, photographed in 1965

Ocicat kittens available throughout the year. Shipping is available to all states and overseas.We make all shipping arrangements for our kittens, all the new owners need to do it meet their delightful spotty Ocicat kitten at the airport.

We have Ocicat kittens living all around Australia, and overseas
- Brisbane, Gold Coast & other areas of Queensland
- Adelaide, South Australia
- Sydney, Newcastle New South Wales
- Perth, Western Australia
- Hobart, Tasmania
- Canberra, ACT
- Darwin, Northern Territory
- Melbourne, Victoria
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Germany
- Netherlands
- Finland

Black spotted silver Ocicat kitten

Tawny spotted Ocicat female

The Ocicat coat pattern is unique, stunning thumb print shaped spots all over the body, forming a bullseye on the sides. As they have very short coats, they are easy care cats requiring little grooming.

Ocicats are large, well muscled cats. Females range in size from 3-5kg, males 6-8kg or larger. They are usually fully grown by 18-24 months. 

Chocolate spotted Ocicat male
Chocolate spotted silver Ocicat female

Ocicats and Ocicat kittens
are wonderful around children, we have some young nephews who play with our cats and kittens. The kids smoosh their faces into the Oci's, pick them up, wheel them in a stroller, the Ocicats take it all in stride and are extra gentle with our nephews.
Ocicats get along well with other cats, dogs and other animals.


Life with Ocicats....

Ocicats are clever, and often described as dog like.
They are easily
trained to wander on a harness

Always ready to help with book work
Or fill in crossword puzzles

Oci's often find a favourite toy they love to play fetch with.

Be careful leaving paper towel around

And sometimes the toy box will explode...

We love to cuddle with friends...
Demetri wonders if there's room for one more Ocicat

Ideal Companion: Ocicat
The Ideal Companion: A DVD Guide to Cat Breeds is an indispensable "visual guidebook," not just for prospective cat owners, but for cat lovers in general.

Amanda Herde
Phone: 0432 816 049
International : +61 432 816 049