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"I found a litter of ocicats that had been abused and dumped. All but one had to be put down so I was able to keep her. They are wonderful cats, good temperament and extremely easy to train, I didn't even need to bother much at all. They are quite dominant over other cats and apparently they don't grow much at all, as my cat stayed the same size as when I first found it at 2 months old. The vet then confirmed it was an Ocicat and that was why."
"Kathryn"

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