This breed has a large and a very muscular body. It is larger compared to the usual domestic cats. Though it is not stocky, the Bramble cat is heavier than the Oriental. It also has a moderately long tail and is fairly thick at the base complementing its body structure. It has large paws with defined toes.
Further, it has large eyes that are almost almond in shape but is a little more rounded. It also has large ears that may flare out to the side of its head. It has an almost round circle shaped muzzle with a very firm chin. Each feature is proportionate to the cat’s size.
The Bramble cat has the close resemblance of the Bengal cat. The noticeable difference between the two breeds is the Bramble’s wired coat. Its coat is similar to the coat of a Wire Haired Fox Terrier dog which is its unique feature in the cat’s world. It has a variety of coat types but the rosette or spotted ticked wire coat is the most popular which is inherited from the Bengal. There is no limit with the breed’s colour; however, the pattern should remain visibly clear under the wiry coat. It is usually only noticeable in the light. If it has a solid pattern, its wiry coat should be noticeable.
As it sheds lightly especially Bramble cats having no undercoat, this breed requires less grooming. Complete grooming with the basics such as nail trimming, teeth brushing, and ear cleaning. The earlier the grooming routine is introduced, the better.