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Mau-Cat breed information, pictures, characteristics & facts
View all the features of the Egyptian Mau cat below! Racy characteristics: Race is not the only thing that goes into the planes of endearment; a cat reared in a house with local residents feels more at ease with human beings and binds more readily. When you are a NeoTnik, you must either choose a race with low hair loss or you must ease your temper.
That does not mean that every female of this race will cause these conditions; it just means that she is at higher risks. So if you are only looking for pure-bred females or males, it is a good way to find out what kind of genetics are typical of the race you are interested in. While some are eternal kitties full of power and nonsense, others are more serious and calm.
Consider how and how often the kitten speaks when selecting a race. Tolerating to kids, robust enough to deal with the cumbersome pet and hug they can give out, and with a nonchalantly walking approach, yelling kids are all characteristics that make a child-friendly cattery. They are generalisations and do not give any guarantees as to how a race or a single kitten will act; on the basis of their previous experience and personalities, every race of kitten can deal well with them.
Strange kittens welcome the guest with a prying look or a fun rapprochement, others are timid or apathetic, may even hide under furnishings or flee to another room. But whatever race, be it a feline that has been subjected to many different kinds, age groups, sizes and forms of kittens, will react better to foreigners as an adulthood.
It is more likely for some kittens than others to accept other domestic animals. It is controversial whether the Mau is a result of millennia of Egyptian civilization, but if the lovers of the conspicuously speckled cat want to say that they date back to the time of the Pharaos, who knows?
Egyptian Mau (mau is the Egyptian term for cat) is the only natural tabby pet animal. They were known in Europe before the Second World War, but the ravages of destruction caused by the conflict caused by the races in a dangerous state. As she is known today, the race comes from a silvery queen, who was given to the Russians Natalie Troubetskoy when she lived in Rome.
According to the history, the kitty was given to her by a little kid who had kept it in a shoe box, or she bought it from the Egyptian embassador to Italy. The Mau wanted to make sure that the Mau would survive as a race, so she set a race standards and started to raise the kittens under the kennel name Fatima.
It was recognised by the Cath Fanciers' Federation in 1968 and by the Cath Fanciers' Association in 1977. By importing more mouse in the 80s and 1991 the genetic stock of the race was expanded. Nowadays, the race is recognised by most catteries. If the Egyptian Mau is lucky, you'll know.
Egyptian Mau favors members of the Egyptian families more than anyone else. Breeding as well as mongrel have different medical conditions, which can be hereditary. An Egyptian mouse is generally sound, but ask a grower about the presence of medical issues in her lineages and what tests have been performed for genetically determined diseases.
Egyptian Mau's fur is easy to care for and is combed once a week to eliminate necrotic fur and smooth out fat on the face. Female animals are very specific about bath room sanitation, and a filthy case can cause them to use other places in the home instead. It is a good notion to keep an Egyptian Mau as a pure domestic pet to prevent illnesses caused by other types of kittens, dog or coyote attack and the other hazards posed to outdoor kittens, such as being run over by a vehicle.
An Egyptian mouse that goes outside also runs the danger of being stole by someone who wants to have such a pretty kitten without having to pay for it. Mau' s most conspicuous feature is its speckled hair in sterling, bronce or smoky (light silvery skin with dark lace), followed by its large gooseberry-green dial.
Mouse can be offered in the colours blacks, bluesilver, bluespots (a diluted versions of bronze), bluesmoke and blues in additional to the colours sterling silver, bronzes and smokes, but these colours are not allowed in the exhibition ring. However, these other coloured females are delicate domestic animals that share all the other qualities of the Mau.
Mau is the ideal place for a family with kids and cat-friendly cats. Playing both fetal andetriever, he is easy to learn moves and likes the attentiveness of kids who are polite and respectful to him. He' s clever enough to avoid youngsters, but he likes kids of schoolage because they fit his levels of caloric and curiousity.
Animals, including other animals, should always be introduced in a slow and regulated manner.