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The Abyssinian Cat is a medium sized, short coated cat breed that is said to have been originally bred in Egypt. This cat breed has won over the hearts of their owners with ease. This is because they are very gentle, intelligent, and independent. There are many happy cat owners who claim to have enjoyed the company of their Abyssinian Cat for nearly 15 long years! Please continue to read on to see more about the characteristics of the Abyssinian Cat breed and what the requirements are for owning one!
The Abyssinian Cat breed is a medium sized cat compared to other breeds. It is well-shaped, robust, and hearty. This also gives the Abyssinian Cat a defining difference when compared to other breeds. Because the Abyssinian Cat breed is a medium sized cat breed it often weighs between 9 lbs to 15 lbs. This cat would fit well in a medium sized home! With its outer layer often described as sleek, soft, and thin; The Abyssinian Cat is truly a marvelous creature with its own refined beauty. People looking to purchase a Abyssinian Cat will find that these cats are available in colors like blue, chocolate, cinnamon, and fawn. Some of the more rare colors are exotic among cat breeds. The long length tail found in most of the Abyssinian Cat breed is believed to help the cat with balance, grace, and agility. This is another breed that has rather large sized eyes, but this is not the most predominate feature of the Abyssinian Cat breed; because it has so many other qualities that draw one’s attention.
Abyssinian Cat breeds adapt immediately to their new environment. They have no physical or emotional when moving into a new home! The Abyssinian Cat does not seem to be impacted when meeting new people. It does not usually shy away from a new person, or make an effort to introduce itself to them. The Abyssinian Cat really enjoys interacting with its owners. Owners of this cat should expect to spend time with it almost daily! This cat is safe to bring into a home with children. While the cat does not always prefer the company of the youth, it will tolerate their immaturity moreso than some other cat breeds. This breed is ideal people that already own dogs, but would also like to have a cat. The Abyssinian Cat gets along very well with dogs. The Abyssinian Cat really enjoys snuggling and showing affection. Owners get plenty of love from this cat! This breed is playful, just not all the time. Owners have said that at some moments their Abyssinian Cat can’t wait to play, and at other moments it has no interest. The Abyssinian Cat is a high energy cat breed that loves to run around and have fun. The Abyssinian Cat is an above average cat because of its intelligence. This cat is pretty smart.
The Abyssinian Cat breed requires a lot of attention to maintain its image. Owners should expect to spend some time grooming their Abyssinian Cat almost weekly. Owners have said that this breed sheds heavier than most other breeds, but the mess has not affected their relationship with their cat. The chance of health issues for this cat breed is high. More than 50% of older Abyssinian Cats have developed some sort of health condition at one point In their lifetime. As with all pets, owners should expect health problems to occur as the pet gets older. Common health problems for the Abyssinian Cat breed are Tapeworms, Vomiting, and Eye Problems. Allergic reactions are not common, but may occur in people with cat allergies that come near the Abyssinian Cat breed. After the initial purchase price that ranges between $550 and $700, owners should expect to pay around $1100 annually for the Abyssinian Cat’s needs.
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