| Home | Basic Information | Health | History | Behavior | Other Information

Wild Abyssinian basic information

This shorthaired cat possesses many of the same attributes of the standard Abyssinian cat. Yet it differs in the following ways; it is generally larger in body than the average Abyssinian. Weighing any where from 9 to 17 pounds (4-7.5kg). And it also has a curious 'M' shaped marking on its forehead, which is described by some as a 'frown'. Also, it has other dark markings on several areas of its body, a pattern standard Abyssinians lack. These differing markings appear as dark rings on the tail and neck and dark bars on the legs. With these features in mind, some have described the Wild Abyssinian as appearing like a cross between a Tabby Cat and an Abyssinian. With its stunning dark markings and rich golden brown coat this cat can only be described as handsome. The coat of the Wild Abyssinian is short lying, dense and fine. Its paws are large in comparison to the rest of its medium body, and are oval shaped. Its face is intermediate shaped with a pink nose and large round eyes, lacking the slant of the oriental breeds.

Complete List
Felis catus American Bobtail American Keuda Angora (British Angora) renamed Oriental Longhair in 2002 Asian Semi-longhair (or Tiffanie)
Balinese Birman British Longhair Chantilly/Tiffany cat Cherubim (or Honeybear)
Colourpoint Longhair Exotic cat Himalayan Javanese Maine Coon
Nebelung Neva Masquerade Norwegian Forest Cat Oriental Longhair Persian
Ragdoll (and Ragamuffin) Siberian Snow Cat Somali Sterling
Turkish Van Turkish Angora York Chocolate cat Abyssinian American Shorthair
Antipodean (New Zealand Shorthair) Australian Mist (or Spotted Mist) Bombay British Shorthair Brazilian Shorthair
Burmese Burmilla Chartreux Colorpoint Shorthair Cornish Rex
Egyptian Mau European Shorthair Havana Brown Jungala Khao Manee
Korat Kucing Malaysia Malayan Burmese Oriental Shorthair Russian Blue
Savannah Siamese (and Traditional Siamese or Applehead Siamese) Tonkinese American Curl American Ringtail
American Wirehair Bengal cat California Spangled Cat Chausie Cymric
Desert Lynx Devon Rex Don Sphynx Foldex Cat German Rex
Japanese Bobtail Kurilian Bobtail Shorthair LaPerm Manx Mojave Spotted
Munchkin Ocicat Ojos Azules Peterbald Pixie-bob
Selkirk Rex Serengeti Singapura Sphynx Scottish Fold
Snowshoe Sokoke Suqutranese Thai Toyger
Ussuri Wild Abyssinian
Latest news about Wild Abyssinian

copyright catpage.info

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Wild_Abyssinian".
eXTReMe Tracker