The Napoleon cat is a relatively new breed, categorized by The International Cat Association (TICA) as a domestic hybrid breed, "A breed developed from a deliberate cross between two existing domestic breeds, incorporating characteristics of both parental breeds into the new breed."The two breeds (or Groups) from which the Napoleon is derived are the Munchkin and the Persian. According to TICA’s official standard for the Napoleon, these breeds represent the only permissible outcrosses one may utilize to create the Napoleon. This includes the combinations Napoleon × Napoleon, Napoleon × Munchkin, and Napoleon × a member of the Persian breeds (including Persians, Himalayans and Exotic Shorthairs. Napoleons come in both long-haired and short-haired varieties.


The Napoleon cat has very few health issues. The cats need only a moderate amount of grooming. Shorthairs should be brushed once a week, while longhairs should be combed about twice a week.

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