Egyptian mau

Egyptian Mau is as old as Egyptian History and perfectly reflects the Egyptian beauty as well.The cat originated thousands of years ago carries an important position among the hearts of cat owners and one of the biggest reason is them being so affectionate and loving. Egyptian Maus are ranked as NO.1 in being affectionate.These cats are intelligent,alert and active.They can be trained easily and make good loyal fmily companions.

Egyptian Mau is as old as Egyptian History and perfectly reflects the Egyptian beauty as well.The cat originated thousands of years ago carries an important position among the hearts of cat owners and one of the biggest reason is them being so affectionat

While fanciers might at first be attracted to the Egyptian Mau's beautiful spotted coat, most become enthusiasts because of the breed's temperament and personality. Maus, like their ancestors that were invited along on the duck hunts of their Egyptian companions, love to fetch.

Egyptian Mau Cat

The Egyptian Mau Cat Breed: While fanciers might at first be attracted to the Egyptian Mau's beautiful spotted coat, most become enthusiasts because of the breed's .

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My DREAM cat...Egyptian Mau (silver w/blue eyes) GORGEOUS!!!!!

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Oh my gosh! It's looks like a little snow leapard! Definitely owning an Egyptian Mau cat one day!

Egyptian Mau Cat - the kitten we are planning to get ourselves as our next moving present!

~ Egyptian Mau Cat ~ Face looks like a Bengal...not sure if this is Mau. Still quite lovely.

~ Egyptian Mau Cat ~ Face looks like a Bengal.not sure if this is Mau. Still quite lovely.

Ra'd cannot be a responsible pet owner, but he does feed an outdoor stray litter of Egyptian Maus... (bc both Ancient Egyptians and Muslims are great cat admirers, ofc)

Ra'd cannot be a responsible pet owner, but he does feed an outdoor stray litter of Egyptian Maus. (bc both Ancient Egyptians and Muslims are great cat admirers, ofc)

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