Australian Mist

The Australian Mist , also known as the Australian Mist or Spotted Mist, is a breed developed in Australia in 1976. It descends from the cross between several breeds of cats including the Burmese, Abyssinians and other national short-haired cats of Australia. Dr. Truda Straede, creator, wanted a cat with all the characteristics of its predecessors, moreover, with a friendly, active and with a good mood. Find out more about this cat breed next on YourCatCareguide.

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Source
  • Oceania
  • Australia
 FIFE classification
  • Category 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
 Climate

Physical appearance

When it is still a cub, the Australian Mist appears to be a very robust cat, although over time its constitution will become thinner until it compensates for its structure like that of a normal cat. It is a medium-sized and short-haired cat, so losing little does not need daily or excessively constant brushing. It has a very beautiful and sweet face that highlights its large ears and eyes. His weight is between 3 and 6 kilos. If you take proper care, your average life expectancy may reach 15 years.

The Australian Mist features several colors such as brown, gold, gray and dark colors. The hair always counts on small spots called mist on all hair, characteristic of the breed.

Character

The Australian Mist cat is very tolerant to the manipulation of its close relatives and stands out for being a cat that adapts to small spaces without showing anxiety or malaise. Overall, he’s a playful cat, amiable, friendly, and not overbearing. The Australian Mist enjoys the company and attentions of the people around it , it is a grateful and sweet cat.

The sterilized specimens have an affinity and a better relationship with other animals, be they cats or dogs, a characteristic trait that was potentiated by breeders.

Care and Health

You do not need to be overly careful to properly maintain an Australian Mist, as it is a very clean cat that will need occasional brushing. In addition to its basic utensils, we should pay attention to the veterinarian at least once a year and keep their external and internal worming with the defined regularity.

Some health problems that can affect the Australin Mist are: urinary tract disease, eye problems and tapeworms. Nothing that can not be detected and deal with regular consultation with the specialist. That’s why we claim that the Australian Mist cat is a fairly healthy specimen.

Emily Harris
 

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