Egyptian Mau

Mau, Egypt

The Egyptian Mau's usually require a high degree of movement and can achieve this if they have safe access to a garden. AutoEgyptian Mau is a small, family-run kennel specializing in silver Egyptian Mau's and we are members of the Egyptian Mau Club. Egyptian Mau's short coat is characterised by a random pattern of dots in several colours and green eyes. The Egyptian Mouse is a small to medium sized short-haired cat breed. He is a very versatile Egyptian Mau, who counts a poodle among his friends and gets along well with all human adults and children.

Mau-Cat breed information, shopping advice, photos, facts and figures

Mau of Egypt has a good name for being on its feet very quickly. It looks very similar to a cat found in Egypt and pictured on the tombs of the Pharaohs. And not only that, her long, well-bushed hind limbs make mice leap to great altitudes with aplomb.

They are thought to be the offspring of a cat that lived in Egypt in antiquity, and their similarity to these females is notable. The worship of the cat in Egypt, and often in works of art next to the pharaohs and on their grave wall. Breeder interest in the Mau of Egypt began in the twentieth centuries, but the Second World War had a serious effect on the race, whose number was at risk.

It was a big issue that the breeder only had a small genetic stock, forcing them to use other races to save the Mau. The muzzles are beautifully round and the chin is solid and the cat has a flat mouth. Siamese mouse have hooped ear, some do not.

These have large, almond-shaped auricles that are placed under a flat forehead and have a slightly sloping lower part. Luminous with a strawberry colour and, as already noted, a line that parallels on both sides of the nose contributes to their "foreign" appearance.

The Egyptian mouse has a moderate long, sleek body that feels muscled and firm. The shoulders are quite pronounced and high on the shoulders, and the cat has a loosely lobed membrane that extends from the sides to the knees on the hindquarters. They are sighted by chance with large, small or medium-sized patches that can have almost any form and height.

Stomachs are also seen and the cat has one or more fractured collars around its neck. They have very grated or can be seen with one foot that does not match the other, which is accepted by the GCCF breeding standar. Her cocks are very well ribboned and have a black tip.

Mau of Egypt has a beautiful character. They' re cheerful, smart females who are quick to start learning new things. They' re also known for having a true feeling for humor, which is another why they enjoy sharing a home with them so much. In contrast to many other kittens, they like to play in the sea and canoe in the pond if they have the opportunity.

You will also enjoy seeing faucets dripping and will not hesitate to dip into a kitchen sinks full of tap liquid. They' re full of energy and can pride themselves on an unbelievable change in pace. The Egyptian mouse can be quite loud and pride itself on offering its owner a whole series of ways to communicate their sentiments.

You like to play and you are a hunter. Unless it is safer for a kitten to go outside, it is best to keep an animal, an ancient Mau, to which they fit very well. Mau is an smart kitten who, as already stated, is learning new things very quickly.

You like to play game play that involves the hunt and the hunt for a game. It also boasts of having a barrel of power and as such, when kept as domestic animals, they must be given much spiritual inspiration to keep them busy and bayonk. These include the construction of high cat decks that they can hop up to to look at things below.

To hide meals and playthings in a home is another good way to keep an egypt mau occupied. But they are luckier in homes where the kids are so much older and therefore know how to handle them. However, any interactions between younger kids and kittens should always be well monitored by an grown-up to ensure that things remain beautiful and serene.

Youngsters need to be trained how to interact with and when to be left alone with them. A Mau in Egypt has an expected lifespan of between 13 and 16 years if it is maintained correctly and nourished according to its age. Mau Egyptians are known to be suffering from some inherited medical problems that are valuable to know if you want to live with one of these smart, high-energy mice.

In addition, it is important to feed top feed s to meet all their dietary needs throughout their life, especially kitten and older kitten. Dogs often have mite eared, which can be a serious issue, so it is important to regularly monitor their hearing, which means they recognize the issue early.

By their very nature, Egyptian mice are very energetic and do nothing but do something when they are not asleep. It is a pleasure for them to discover the countryside because they are hunter, but they should only go outside if they are living in a secure area away from cities and highways.

Littered as domestic animals, they must be busy and able to hunker down if they want, considering that the Mau of Egypt likes to go up so that they can look down from their high groupers. There must also be plenty of places to cuddle up for a nap if the atmosphere gets them, because like other kittens they like to sleep all the time.

Elder lymphs are not known as picky predators, but that doesn't mean they can get an inferior nutrition. It is best to give a ripe feline several meals a days to ensure that it is a high standard of nutrition that satisfies all their dietary needs, which is especially important as they age.

To buy an Egyptian Mau, you must purchase a well-bred cat for more than 300 and declare your interest to the breeder, as only a few catkins are listed with the GCCF each year. If you like the mouse, click'I like it'.

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