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For people that are looking for a medium sized, medium coated cat breed, this is the cat for them. The Cyprus Cat is a popular cat breed originally from Cyprus. Some people may refer to this cat breed as a Cypriot Cat because some cats are known by different names. The Cyprus Cats are said to have quite the personality. Their owners have said that they are often loving andÂ sociable. Their personality and demeanor is what makes most owners incredibly happy to have them in their homes for their entire lifespan of 15 years! Please continue to read on to see more about the characteristics of the Cyprus Cat breed and what the requirements are for owning one!
The Cyprus Cat has been known for its medium size and this has been a deciding factor for many owners of this breed. Its build is best described as bitsy, tenuous, and petite. Because the Cyprus Cat breed is a medium sized cat breed it often weighs between 13 lbs to 15 lbs. This cat would fit well in a medium sized home! With its outer layer often described as barren, reveling, and unique; The Cyprus Cat is truly a marvelous creature with its own refined beauty. Their fur (or skin) may come in colors such as chocolate, lilac, cinnamon, and fawn; which can make them very unique among their peers. The long length tail found in most of the Cyprus Cat breed is believed to help the cat with balance, grace, and agility. The Cyprus Cat breed has a reputation for having medium sized eyes which lead them to be more attractive than other feline breeds.
When entering a new living space, the Cyprus Cat adjusts in no time at all. It is excited to explore its new environment and make it its home! While the Cyprus Cat is not a social butterfly when it comes to making new human friends, it is certainly not a hermit either. It will make new human friends when introduced to them. The Cyprus Cat can not get enough interaction. Owners of this cat should expect to see it along their side most of the day! This cat is good for homes with children. It does a good job tolerating their unfledged behavior. The Cyprus Cat loves to be around dogs! So much so, that it could be said that the cat sees the dogs as family! Owners beware that the amount of affection that this cat demands can be overwhelming. The Cyprus Cat is very affectionate! Owners will have their hands full with this cat as it loves to play. The Cyprus Cat is very playful! The Cyprus Cat is a high energy cat breed that loves to run around and have fun. This cat develops habits and routines, and can also be trained because they are highly intelligent.
Cats are clean animals by design. They will often clean themselves numerous times throughout the day. The Cyprus Cat may require some grooming assistance from its owner every few months. This cat will not have much of an impact on the cleanliness of its owner’s house. This is because the Cyprus Cat does is not a breed that sheds. This cat breed is generally healthy, but may get sick on occasion. Owners should research their cat’s genealogy for health problems to better prepare themselves for the possibility. While many cat breeds do have some mild health issues, common ones for the Cyprus Cat breed are Diarrhea, Fleas, and Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease. Allergic reactions are not common, but may occur in people with cat allergies that come near the Cyprus Cat breed. Owning a cat is a financial responsibility. Owners can expect to pay between $300 and $750 to purchase the Cyprus Cat and about $1200 per year to maintain it.