Abyssinian

The Abyssinian cat is a popular breed due not only to its physical appearance but also to its personality. Both at rest and in movement, this animal shows great elegance and harmony in its movements.

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The first Abyssinian cat arrived in England in 1868 from Ethiopia, Abyssinia, and participated in an exhibition in which he became famous. There are other sources that ensure that you are a descendant of the British Bunny, native cats of the United Kingdom. It was only in the twentieth century that they classified the Abyssinian cat as a race itself. Find out all about this breed next on ExpertAnimal.

 Source
  • Africa
  • Europe
  • Ethiopia
  • United Kingdom
 FIFE classification
  • Categoria III
 Physical characteristics
 Size
 Average weight
  • 3-5
  • 5-6
  • 6-8
  • 8-10
  • 10-14
 Hope of life
  • 8-10
  • 10-15
  • 15-18
  • 18-20
 Weather

Physical appearance

Its physical characteristics remind us of a small puma, and genetic choice allows us to develop certain genetic factors. It is a stylized and agile cat although strong, proportionate and muscular. It is of medium size.

His head is triangular and we see two ears with wide base and open upwards. The curious look of the Abyssinian is usually golden, green or hazel. The tail is long and thick.

The Abyssinian cat’s hair is soft to the touch and shiny, and it is a thin medium / long hair. All hair follows a pattern called ticking, dark colors interspersed with lighter nuances, and can range in a range of brown, chocolate and fire colors.

Character

The Abyssinian behaves differently than other cats, since it is an exceptionally affectionate, playful and dependent cat . He is usually attached to the one who takes care of him and asks for affection and care frequently. So the character of this cat reminds us more of what a dog might have.

Sometimes the owners of this wonderful breed have stated that this cat suffers from the Peter Pan syndrome, and this cat retains some inherent traits of his tender childhood, such as the will to play, the curiosity and the affection. It is a pretty amazing animal with a natural tendency to jump, sniff and play around the house in such a way that we have to take the minimum precautions in the house.

Care

We emphasize the importance of adapting our house to the arrival of the Abyssinian cat to avoid some serious consequence. For this, we propose to avoid those curtains that reach the ground and that can become lianas for our cat, as it is very climber, so consider keeping a regular cut of your nails to avoid damage to people and furniture.

Although it suits to live in an apartment without problem, this breed is especially active and although you need time to rest, you will notice how you exercise all day playing with your toys. It is important to provide you with toys and entertainment.

It is an intelligent cat that can train with positive reinforcement next to signs or verbal orders. Likes challenges and games, an opportunity he sees of spending more time with you, the Abyssinian cat will surprise you.

Cheers

We found few genetic defects, as the artificial choice played in his favor in this case. Anyway and in exceptional cases we can find problems of cavities and gingivitis, a problem easy to avoid if we are careful with their oral hygiene on a regular basis. In addition, they may be susceptible to amyloidosis , a kidney disease.

Emily Harris
 

Hi Guys, Girls, and Cats:-p I am Emily Harris, and you can see in above pic. She loves me I swear. I saved her from a dumpster a few weeks back.

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