Kasi Doa Paka
Kasi Doa Paka-Cheetah: “Fast Spotted Cat,” live in areas like Africa, Saudi Arabia, and India and have accents accordingly. As the name says, they run faster than any other Katzan breed. These have a special variation in coloration and have a subspecies called the Mfalme Kasi Doa Paka, or “King Fast Spotted Cat.” In addition to spots they have stripes running down their backs and tufts of hair on their backs, unlike other Kasi Doa Paka.These are sociable and promiscuous Katzan people. Females usually have many cubs with many males, and in turn the males mate with many females. Males of this breed are very close, sometimes like the Kubwa Simba females in the way that they sometimes are romantically involved as well. These females, however, do not interact with each other much. Males group together at young ages with primarily family males, but if they are the only male in their family, they group with close friends. Groups of males own more territory than lone males, but own it for the same periods of time. Females do not own territory, but have general areas called home ranges. Home ranges overlap in females of the same family, but the males can not look after so much land, so they choose key points to defend. Their beliefs of the cycle are the most lenient of all Katzan breeds.