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Abyssinian cat breed - photos and description

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Abyssinian

Main characteristics of the breed

Size:Medium
Molt:Weak
Need for activity:Need vigorous daily exercise
Tail type:Long
Ear type:Straight-eared
Character:Playful
Tolerance of loneliness:Moderately addicted
Type of wool:Shorthaired
Temperament:Sanguine
Learnability:Very easy to learn
Склонность к мяуканью:Practically does not meow
Relationship with owner:friendly

Abyssinian cats are a loyal friend who will always be by your side. This breed of cat is interested in everything that happens around, watches its owner with great interest and tries to help him in everything.

  The behavior of this breed is surprisingly reminiscent of a dog, and one can only envy the active character of the Abyssinian cat. The Abyssinian cat's short coat sheds heavily when the animal is stressed. If you don't like active "rogues", the Abyssinian cat is not for you.

  These cats are incredibly active, love to climb and sit in high places, but do not like to sit on your lap. Abyssinian cats are more active than male cats. Busy people are advised to get a second pet. Companion pets can help keep cats occupied while their owners are away. In relation to other domestic animals, the Abyssinian acts as a leader. Well-developed intelligence and natural inquisitiveness are the hallmarks of the Abyssinians.

   The Abyssinian cat is a medium-sized animal, small in build, muscular and athletic. It is distinguished by its unusual teak color, size, predatory grace and impressive posture. It is important to ensure maximum safety for this curious and active cat. Anti-cat protective grilles must be installed on the windows, entrance doors must always be closed, and all dangerous objects and electrical wires must be securely hidden.

  Abyssinians can climb and jump to any height, so it is best to hide in an inaccessible place rather than at a height. Abyssinian cats have many dog-like habits. For example, they quickly get used to collars and harnesses. They can be walked outside. It is best to walk them in the garden at home. It is not recommended to let Abyssinians off a leash. Cats are very curious, and there are many dangers awaiting them on the street!

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