This ancient back dates back to the mid 1300’s and in ancient Siam they only lived with royal families. In fact, the Khao Manee was considered a symbol of wealth, luck, and longevity. These beautiful cats come with a very hefty price tag, though. To add this fluffy luck charm to your family it will likely cost you a fortune and we can make that happen for you
Khao Manee for sale
Khao Manee for sale. The Khao Manee cat (Thai: RTGS: Khao Mani, lit. “white gem”), or Khao Plort (Thai: lit. “complete white”), also known as the Diamond Eye cat, is a rare breed of cat originating in Thailand, which has an ancient ancestry tracing back hundreds of years. They are mentioned in the Tamra Maew, or Cat Book Poems. Khao Manee cats are pure white with a short, smooth, close-lying coat. They can have blue eyes, gold eyes or odd-eyes with one of each colour. The odd-eyed Khao Manee is the rarest variety. They are muscular, athletic cats of moderate foreign type and are reputed to be active, communicative and intelligent. Khao Manee for sale.
Registered Khao Manee cats
The breed has now gained acceptance also in CFA on February 7th, 2018, and has been welcome in their shows from May 1st, 2018. The CFA is the World Largest Registry of Pedigreed Cats and this new achievement is placing now the breed as globally recognized. Khao Manee for sale.
The Khao Manee is a highly intelligent cat and one that needs to be given a ton of stimulation to keep them happy. Because they are valuable cats that like to roam, most owners opt to keep them as indoor pets and providing they have lots of company and things to keep them busy, they adapt well to being kept as indoor cats. They learn new things very quickly and thoroughly the one-to-one interaction they are given when they are being taught to do anything.
Children and Other Pets
Khao Manees with their outgoing, affectionate personalities are a good choice for families with older children. However, care must be taken when very young children are around cats and any interaction should always be well supervised by an adult to make sure things stay nice and calm. With this said, children need to be taught how to behave around cats and when it’s time to leave them alone.
They also get on well with dogs especially if they have grown up together in the same household. Being so gregarious enjoy the company of other animals and much prefer being around them rather than being left on their own. However, care must be taken when introducing a Khao Manee to dogs they don’t already know just in case the dog does not get on with their feline counterparts. They are social by nature and have been known to get on with large pet birds and some small animals, but it’s always wiser to keep a close eye on any cat when they are around smaller pets particularly when they first meet each other.