Meow Meow is a very sweet cat. On the quieter side, he loves to play. He gets along with other cats and with gentle dogs. Don't let his shyness fool you, he may just become alpha when in a home! This handsome guy is not the typical oriental as he is very quiet vocally, but his eyes say it all. He has the most expressive and loving face. How can anyone not fall in love. He is a cat that likes attention. He likes to be carried and sit with you and he is playful too. He loves kids, even very young ones. He is just so sweet and gentle. What a package deal!!
The Oriental has the same wonderful personality as the Siamese: chatty, curious, smart and loving. Like the Siamese, the Oriental has a distinctive voice and will “talk” to you about anything and everything. This is a cat who has a passion for his people and will involve himself in everything they are doing. Orientals become extremely attached to their humans, so be prepared for a lifetime commitment. It can be very difficult for these cats to adjust to the loss of their family or favorite person. For that reason, it’s an excellent idea to socialize your Oriental kitten thoroughly to help ensure that he is familiar with lots of other people and going to new and different places. Your efforts may help prevent him from reacting negatively if he must be hospitalized, boarded or visited by a pet sitter.
When you are not available to entertain him, an Oriental will divert himself by jumping on top of the refrigerator, opening drawers, seeking out new hideaways to frustrate anyone who might be searching for him, and watching television with clear interest. He can learn to walk on leash, plays fetch with enthusiasm and is usually amenable to living with children, dogs and other cats.
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