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In the Making of Kucing Malaysia

Malaysia Cat Club members are involved in the breeding project which should see us getting our targeted Kucing by the year 2005. If you think Kucing Malaysia describes just about any meowing feline in the country, please think again! Malaysian Cat Club members who are in the process of breeding a uniquely Malaysia cat will provided a totally different picture.
The club has now produced the third generation of Kucing Malaysia through selective breeding. The results at the moment however are still less that 50 per cent perfect but are expected to get better as breeding is continued
to produce the fourth generation. Malaysia Cat Club had purify the process even more and hopefully by the fifth generation MCC or KKM will be closer to getting the breed we want.
The idea of a cat that could be identified with Malaysia came up at the end of 1994. Opinions were sought from the various International Judges that were in Malaysia. For almost a year, these were gathered and finally The FIFe's President and also as the Board Member of the International World Body in maintaining and regulating breed standards, Mrs. Alva Uddin came out with the selection of Kucing Malaysia or Malaysia Cat.

The Characteristics of Kucing Malaysia or Malaysia Cat


The ideal Kucing Malaysia or Malaysia Cat is a medium sized cat with medium boned muscular body. The main feature will be the egg shaped head and together with the openness of the eyes, should give the characteristic alert appearance of the breed.


Wide and rounded at the top with a good height and soft round lines. Full cheeks, medium long nose with medium strong chin. Profile showing a gentle convex curve giving an oval impression.


Medium sized, almond in shape with a good width set; giving an open alert expression. Color should be blue or blue green with bleu preferred.


Short and close lying, silky with nearly no undercoat.


Medium in size, slightly rounded tips with good width between. Flaring out a little and with a slight tilt forward.


Medium in length and broad chest, with good depth and strong muscle tone. High legs, medium to slender in size (more slender for females) with slightly oval paws.


Medium thick with a rounded tip, of medium length and up to the shoulder blades. Tail should be full colored.


All colors recognized in the Pointed patterns with white. A white blaze in the face and muzzle is desirable.

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