What are the most important pet species:
What are the most important pet species:
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1- Abyssinian cat:
The Ethiopian cat is so elegant and graceful, it has a sculptured body that it gives it perfection in its body. This cat is very popular in the world, and this kind of cat has very comfortable behavior.
The Ethiopian cat does not like to be alone and enjoy himself well with a perfectly loyal owner. He needs attention and kindness. Evidence of this is the repetition of dregs when they come into contact with a nanny's leg when they come home from work.
The Ethiopian cat has a body of medium texture, but it is particularly muscular. It's thin and flexible and males are slightly larger than females.
The Ethiopian hath a short, thick, and soft scalp. This scalp is very similar to a rabbit scalp.
This cat has large, almond eyes varying in color from yellow to hazelnut, sometimes with a bit of green.
The ears of the Ethiopian cat are rather large and pointed. They lean a little forward.
The tail is pointed and proportional to the rest of the body at the base, it's fairly thick at some cats from this breed.
The Ethiopian cat has a lively, alert, fun, and vibrant mind. The owner always has to take care of it, because the Ethiopian cat loves having an owner in front of it. You have to take care of it, always flirting with the person you love or playing with it. He regards his playmates as colleagues of his gender. Because it can be noisy at times, play is the best way to tame it.
However, it sometimes exploits its autonomy. Furthermore, the Ethiopian man fits well with the dogs. However, rodents and birds should not be placed directly next to them. It would be merciless and could eat it.
Living with children
homogenized with other animals
The Ethiopian cat needs space for its well-being because it is constantly moving and loves to jump, run and play. He can also just live in an apartment, provided it's large enough to meet his needs.
The Ethiopian cat is as strong as all the cats, but the Ethiopian must undergo a series of vaccinations: Thus, rabies, typhus, lococcosis and colds are expected to occur.
In addition, the Ethiopian cat may be vulnerable to:
Amyloid disease of cats; a particularly dangerous and deadly genetic disease caused by defective genes that undergo a dangerous genetic mutation. The disease, which typically occurs between the ages of one and five, leads to irreversible renal failure and can lead to death.
Another genetic condition that you should be aware of is gradual network atrophy, which leads to gradual blindness.
anemia of newborn cats: This genetic disease occurs when the cat's parents have different blood types. The female who is nursing the cat gives her a substance called "colostrum" that contains the antimaternal body. This disease causes deadly cat anemia.
Gum disease (e.g. gum disease).
life hope: The average life expectancy Al-Habashi is between 10 and 15 years, which is good.
2- Russian blue cat:
This cat of the name shows that it's from the province of Russia, as the name suggests, and the Russian Blue Cat has invaded western and northern Europe in a matter of years because it's so good-looking, it's got neat lines and nice-touch fur. As for character, he's known for his calm and attachment to his master, without ever being overly active and passive. Secrecy is one of his main traits. He is not very kind and prefers to steer clear of strangers.
Hair type: Short, soft .
History of the line:
Not all sources agree on the exact origins of the Russian Blue Cat, but most of it is located on islands in the delta of what is now the northern Russian port city of Arkhangelsk. This is the place where cats developed so dense that they could survive the harsh winters in this area. It goes back about 1860, and then the Russian Blue Cat is introduced into England and Scandinavia.
In 1875 it was first shown in Crystal Palace in London, where it was called "The Archangel" or "The Blue Archangel." There was no discrimination until 1912 with blue cats from other countries.
When he was originally from Russia, it was British and Scandinavian educators who kept developing the Russian blue line. At the same time, others have done so in the United States, by crossing imported Russian blues with cats from European routes.
Well later, in the 1970s, Russian educators living in Australia crossed the Russian Blue Cat with the white Siberian cats, giving birth to the white Russian Cat.
body: Mediumbrown, thin and elegant, with sophisticated bones and muscles, but not heavy. The impression is reinforced by the density of fur. The neck is clear and strong at the same time, always without overuse.
hair: Short and soft.
color: blue all over the body, and it's shining through the silver tips of the upper layer.
head: a spacious triangle with a charcoal gray nose.
His eyes are big, they're very far apart .
His ears were broad from the base, high, and partly covered with long hair from the inside and shorter hair from the outside.
tail: Strong at the base. He becomes completely thin on his length.