Abyssinian (cat)

Abyssinian cat

Ancestor of the Abyssinian cat is a wild African cat that lived in Abyssinia (now Ethiopia). From Ethiopia to the UK cat got in 1868. In the 80s of last century was registered as a breed. She now has eight varieties, depending on coat color.

The Abyssinian cat is known for its elegance. Slender muscular body and expressive eyes are a stunning feature of this cat. Glance of her eyes are almond-shaped hypnotizing anyone who looks at them. These cats are like a panther, when they start to play or something to do.

The Abyssinian cat medium size. The coat is short, thin, tight to the skin. Color varied, but the more common red-brown with black or dark brown ticking, dark red, blue, beige and yellow. The head is small, wedge-shaped form. The nose is straight. The ears are large, vertically set, with a wide base and rounded tips. Eyes large and expressive, set wide apart. Typically, green, yellow, the color of hazelnut. The neck is short, elegant, elegantly arched. The back is strong, well-developed. Chest broad. Sinewy legs, strong, medium or long. The feet are small, oval. The tail is relatively long.

The modern Abyssinian cat replica images of the ancient Egyptian cat. Abyssinian cat gets along well with their masters, affectionate, easy to train. Can quickly adapt to life in the wild, live away from home.

Prevalent in some African, European and Asian countries.

Abyssinian kittens and cats from Svetlana Gladkova

Photos Abyssinian kittens and Abyssinian cats from Svetlana Gladkova. 12 photos.

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