Egyptian Mau

The Life of Animals | Egyptian Mau | The exact origin of the Egyptian Mau is not recorded and therefore can not be known for Certain. The breed name Itself references the Middle Egyptian word like (literally, paint). The modern Mau is said to have originated in 1953, Italy, exiled Russian Princess Natalie Troubetskaya met the cat of the Egyptian Ambassador to Italy. The Mau achieved championship status in some Organisations in 1968.

Egyptian Mau are typically Slender and muscular and They are thought to be one of the progenitor of the modern breeds of domestic cat. They have anatomical, metabolic, and behavioral differences from other cat breeds the which Could be Considered Evidence of antiquity or at least uniqueness from other cat breeds. 

Supported solely by private and corporate donors, EMRO AIMS to increase of education, in Egypt and around the world, about cats EMRO's cats are not pedigreed Egyptian Maus They are Egyptian and Arabian street cats of unknown pedigree. The only cats can be legitimately That Called Egyptian Maus are That cats have registration papers from a reputable registry That certify Them as Such.

Although EMRO's cats come from the Egyptian Mau's current region of import, CFA, the world's largest registry of pedigreed cats, Will not Consider these cats and Their offspring Egyptian Maus Unless They have met a number of exacting requirements to rule out disqualifying physical traits and detailed record-keeping to verify parentage. The first generation of imported cats themselves are Considered to be Native Maus and Their second and third generation offspring are Considered Domestic Maus.  

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