The Korat is an exceptional breed of cats – one of the oldest and purest in the world. Its representatives came to the west only some fifty years ago, which is why – unlike many other breeds – Korats have preserved their original looks. You can read about the Korat’s long history in Thailand, dating back to the middle ages, at in its homeland. At in the world you can read about how the little blue cat with a Thai passport came to the west. Contemporary breeding situation is briefly presented at the Korat today. You may also want to find out a bit about the Korat’s character, its health and nature as well as the look. If you would like to compare the Korat to another silver-tipped blue cat, have a look at the differences between the Korat and the Russian Blue.
Current information about the breed can be read in a report from the Korat seminar which was held in Haderslev (Denmark) on 18 June 2011, published on the website of FIFe KORAT Breed Council: here