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Egyptian cat or Egyptian Mau includes the breed of short-haired cats. This breed was bred in America in the 50s of the last century, for which street Cairo cats were used. Perhaps, at one time, this breed served as a symbol of worship for the ancient Egyptians, since the forehead of this animal is still decorated with a characteristic pattern depicting a scarab beetle. Up to and in terms of its external features, the Egyptian Mau looks like an ancient Egyptian cat. Continue reading
The Burmese cat has a compact, dense, muscular torso of medium size. Looking at this neat animal, you can’t immediately say that there is a powerful, heavy beast in front of you. However, the first impression is deceptive. It is enough to take a Burmese cat in your arms to see how much it weighs.
Burmese hair is short, adjacent, unusual in its structure. To the touch the coat of cats of this breed resembles real silk. The appearance of the animal is complemented by expressive round eyes. All this gives the Burmese cat individuality. Continue reading
The origin of the Burmese cat, as befits an eastern beauty, is shrouded in mystery. According to a popular legend, these cats descend from sacred temple animals, several individuals of which came to France at the beginning of the twentieth century. Active breeding work was interrupted by the Second World War, after which only a few cats survived. To restore the breed used Persian and Siamese breeds of cats. The Burmese breed has combined all the advantages inherent in cats of both breeds, and has become a real masterpiece. Continue reading