The Chinese Li Hua (Dragon Li) He is regarded as a domestic breed of wild subspecies of the Chinese cat, Felis silvestris bieti. Was first recognised as a breed at the end of 2003.
Dragon Li is also known as the “Li Hua Mau”, the “Li Hua Mao” and the “Mao Li”. It has strong body, powerful, thick, muscular legs. Their legs are round, and the tail is of medium length. The Dragon Li is a unique golden brown. It has a round head and large eyes, bright almond-shaped. Her eyes are green or yellow. The ears are rounded and medium-sized in the tips, with distinctive inflection.
Dragon Li is very intelligent and a good companion. These cats are very active and love to play. They are loyal animals, but not too affectionate. However, they are not demanding. They are independent and get along well with other pets. They are tolerant with children.
Dragon Li is better suited to homes with a lot of space so they can be active. Although it can tolerate for children, they are not ideal pets for households with small children. If children are under the age of ten years or so, Dragon Li is probably not the ideal cat.