The Miradoll Cat ​

The Miradoll Cat is one of the most lovable companion cats you will find. They are quite a sensation, attracting much attention in NZ and further afield.  We are heading into our eighth year of working with these amazing cats.  Each breeding season we produce the most beautiful kittens in both looks and smooch factor and we constantly strive to improve and perfect our beautiful breed.  

What is a Miradoll?

A gorgeous, massive breed with large, expressive eyes, the Miradoll is sweet and loving, often described as being like a teddy bear. This feline thrives on attention and is a wonderful family pet that gets along well with other cats and dogs, thriving in multi-pet households. The Miradoll has an easygoing, calm temperament and can be trained to walk on a leash and play fetch. This healthy breed reaches adulthood at 4 years old.   


Miradoll Cat




  1.  A Star in the constellation Cetus, regarded as the prototype of long period variable stars.

  2. Origin Latin, literally ‘Wonderful’

  3. Origin South Slavic Language, ‘Peace’


Breed Standard



An extremely affectionate, docile cat full of sweetness, thriving on the company of pets and people.  Softly spoken with the loudest of purrs.  A hardy breed that is fearless, trusting, playful, confident and tolerant making them a beautiful family cat.

Males are generally between six and eight kilograms and females may be substantially smaller.  They are slow to mature taking as long as three to four years to reach adulthood.



Broad, modified wedge with a pleasingly rounded appearance.  The muzzle is short, round and broad.  A puffiness to the whisker pads gives the cat a ‘sweet’ look.



Medium in size, rounded with moderate furnishings.



Large, walnut shaped, moderately wide set.  All colours acceptable but the more intense the eye colour the better.



A medium to large cat with substantial bone structure and full bodies.  Large, expressive eyes contribute to an overall sweet look.  Muscular with a tendancy to have a fatty pad on the abdomen.



Long, in proportion to the body.


Legs and Paws

Legs are heavily boned, medium in length.  The paws should be large and round.  Toe tufts are desirable.



Medium to long.  Luxurious, dense, soft fur that does not require excessive amounts of grooming as it does not matt easily.  Seasonal variations to the coat.



All colour variations of mink and sepia.  Any amount of white is acceptable.  Glitter/Satin is desirable as is dilute modifier.