Please watch: "Foldex - medium body, short neck" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_12uf_73nwQ --~-- The Abyssinian is a breed of domestic short-haired cat with a distinctive "ticked" tabby coat, in which individual hairs are banded with different colors. The breed is named for Abyssinia (now called Ethiopia), from which it supposedly originated. The Abyssinian cat as it is known today was bred in Great Britain. It is alleged that British soldiers deployed to North Africa in the nineteenth century returned home with kittens purchased from local traders.
Abyssinian is one of the earliest recognized species. This is a shorthair, elegant, graceful and classy cat. Around its origin, there are many stories shrouded in mystery. Legend holds that he lived on the banks of the Nile and in the courts of the Egyptian pharaohs, where he worshiped as a deity. The Abyssinian cat is a medium-sized, slender, with long legs and a solid build. The head is wedge-shaped, broad forehead and harmonious form of the elegant neck. The muzzle is slightly elongated, but not sharp, solid and strong chin, a nose of medium length, slightly curved profile. Ears were large, placed in spaced relation, substantially wide, on top of the slightly curved and are preferably covered with hair. The eyes are almond-shaped, wide, green, yellow or hazel. Eye color should be marked and lined with color taking. The tail is long, gradually tapering towards the top. Because of its active nature, Abyssinian cats love life outside the home. Keeping indoors makes them nervous. Because of this, it is recommended to owners with a large yard and plenty of room. By nature are lively, curious, tireless and intelligent cats. In case of a little used to the leash, owners can walk with them as with a dog. Abyssinian cats have a strong need for man's society, closeness, and attention. What care is concerned, it is simple. In addition to removing dead hair, comb, preferably the whole fur smoothed out by hand, and if the cat is going to exhibitions and leather (suede) glove.