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neutered or spayed unless you intend to breed from them. The most common age is around five to six months. When you have your cat neutered or spayed, it is also a great time to have an microchip fitted. ID chips are a permanent way of identifying your cat. When you have your cat neutered or spayed, it is also a great time to have an microchip fitted. ID chips are a permanent way of identifying your cat.Get your cat dewormed.
Other preventative health care includes parasite control and deworming. You need to get a flea medication for your cat. Deworming is an important part of keeping your Egyptian Mau cat healthy. Typically this should be done every three months. A good broad spectrum multi wormer tablet will get rid of round, tape, and hookworms. A good broad spectrum multi wormer tablet will get rid of round, tape, and hookworms.Be aware of breed specific diseases.
The only listed problem for an Egyptian Mau is a rare condition known as Leukodystrophy or "Krabbes" disease. The disease leads to a deterioration in nerve function, commonly to the limb muscles, leading to weakness, poor coordination, and the inability to stand. There is no treatment or cure, so euthanasia of affected cats is recommended. The first signs can appear as young as seven weeks of age and progress rapidly so the kitten can be severely disabled at just a few months old. The first signs can appear as young as seven weeks of age and progress rapidly so the kitten can be severely disabled at just a few months old.Consider making your Egyptian Mau your only pet.
Egyptian Maus are very loyal and form strong bonds with their owners. However, the breed does not generally do well with other animals. This breed is great if you only want one cat. ptian-Maus-Step-6.jpg - licensed by Creative Commons - cc-by-sa-nc-3.0-self ---- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... -Last updated:05:11, 9 July 2016
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