Breed Information, Images, Characteristics, Health

History - Pantherette for Sale

pantherette - historyThere isn’t too much history to the beautiful black Panetherette cat as it is still in development. It is in other words a hybrid cat and the name ‘Pantherette’ was give to the cat to describe its magnificent looks.

It looks just like the wild Black Panther or Black Leopard. There is, however, certainly no wild black panther or leopard that has been used

The Pantherette is a hybrid breed of cat that is still under development. It is intended to look similar to a Black Panther. It is a new breed based on a Melanistic (Black) Bengals as one of the foundation breeds.

The Pantherette is registered with the International Progressive Cat Breeders Alliance (IPCBA).

Basic Information - Pantherette for Sale

United States
Weight Male:
4 - 9 kg8 - 20 pounds
Weight Female:
4 - 9 kg8 - 20 pounds
Life Span:
10 - 15 Years
Litter Size:
2 - 6
Other Names:
Colors Available:
Short, thick and silky
Affectionate, Alert, Cheerful, Curious, Docile, Energetic, Friendly, Independent, Intelligent, Lively, Loving, Loyal, Outgoing, Playful, Responsive, Social, Territorial
Low maintenance
Kids Friendly:
New Owners Friendly:

Description - Pantherette for Sale

pantherette kitten - descriptionThe Panehterette is a medium to large black cat still being developed, It weights in the area of 4 – 9kg. It is muscular and strong with a long body and a broadish head.

The legs at the back are slightly longer than the front. The legs are strong and muscular and medium in length with large, round paws. The tail of the Panethereet is medium to long in length, thick and slightly tapered.

The beautiful coat is short to medium in length and luxurious and silky. The ears are small to medium with rounded tips. The eyes are oval and set wide apart. They can be gold-colored or green.


The Pantherette breed is still in the beginning stages of its development, so there isn’t too much information on its temperament. Those who work with these cats say that they have the typical temperament of a domesticated cat and that they are alert, friendly, curious and that they enjoy being in the company of their human companions.

Characteristics - Pantherette for Sale

pantherette cat - characteristicsDomestic hybrid cats such as the Pantherette make great pets. However, you need to bear in mind that these cats have that wild side to them and they often try to escape.

They are larger than the regular cat and its always advisable to have an outdoor shelter for them as well. The Pantherette is a truly beautiful cat but read up all you can on hybrid cats before you bring one into your home.

Health Problems - Pantherette for Sale

pantherette kittens - health problemsHybrids suffer from genetic defects. These defects can often require surgery. A cat such as the Pantherette also requires a top-notch diet. You may even have to speak to your vet because these cats often battle to digest their food.

People who work with these hybrid cats say that a problem they often see is inflammatory bowel disease and diarrhea. Remember that cats like these are carnivores and their diets have to be made up essentially of meat if they are to remain healthy.

Caring The Pet - Pantherette for Sale

pantherette cats - caringTo ensure a quality lifestyle for your Panetherett, you want to care for him properly. A well cared for cat is one that becomes the best pet.

He will have to go to the vet at some stage for sickness and for his vaccines.

Make sure you invest in a cat carrier or sturdy leash as your cat won’t like going to the vet. These cats can struggle, wriggle and writhe and he will make every effort to get away.

Speak to your vet about ticks, fleas, and worms in your pet as these parasites can cause havoc with your cat’s health.

Domestic hybrids such as the Pantherette will need to have a litter box that is cleaned every day. These cats like a clean litter box. Make sure that you scoop the litter box at least one time each day. If you don't clean his litter box regularly, you’ll find that he tends to use other areas of your home as a toilet. Being a hybrid, it is quite likely that he will in any case as these cat's wild side see to this.

Ensure he gets the best cat food there is. A cat is a carnivore which means he is a meat eater. If you buy commercially manufactured pet food, make sure that the top ingredients on the label have meat and protein listed at the top.

Speak to your vet about the absolute importance of quality cat food for your feline pet, as poor quality food can make your cat sick and you’ll be spending more time at the vet.

Cats can easily become dehydrated, so ensure that he has a bowl of fresh, cool water available to him around the clock. You can have one or two water bowls available to him and the water bowls must be cleaned regularly.

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