Egyptian Mau For Sale In Missouri

Just a few of the Egyptian Mau kittens I have currently available, Silver kittens are $100​Check out our available Geoffreys for sale!  Coat color can vary from a silver to a burnt orange color depending on what part of South America they originated from.​Our Safaris for sale are very docile and sweet when hand raised and make great pets but if you decide to puchase one of these, make sure you have plenty of love for them!​Welcome to Cattitude : Your first choice for finding the Egyptian Mau for sale  or other cat breed that's perfect for you.Man's love for cats dates back thousands of years and hasn't stopped since. It's easy to see why cats have such a special place in people's hearts and homes. They are known to be loyal, loving, intelligent and easy to care for. Our fascination with their charm, grace and agility is undeniable as evidenced by the number of cat owners the world over.Different people have different personalities. Hence, the different requirements when choosing the right pet.
Cats too, have different personalities and traits. Different breeds have varying qualities, for instance the Geoffrey cat is a great companion animal. Read on and allow us to help you find the friend you'll cherish for life whether it’s one of our Egyptian mau kittens for sale or one of our other breeds of exotic cats.The Egyptian Mau is a medium sized, short haired, extremely intelligent breed. They are a one of a kind, naturally spotted domesticated cat. The spotted Mau is an ancient breed from natural stock; its look has not changed significantly as is evidenced by artwork over 3,000 years old. The spots of the Mau occur on both the coat and their skin underneath. Unlike other spotted cats such as the Ocicat or Bengal cat, the Egyptian Mau is a natural breed. Other breeds are created from domestic breed outcross or, in the case of the Bengal cat, domestic outcrosses with wildcats. This is why Maus are a very healthy breed.The Safari cat is a relatively new hybrid, and is very hard to breed.
They were originally bred back in the 1970's for use in Leukemia research. The reason they breed them for research and also the reason they are difficult to breed is due to the difference in the number of chromosomes in the breeds. The Safari cat is not only a new hybrid but are a new species.Windows 7 64 Bit SpilOur Available Cats page contains an updated listing of all our offerings, complete with short descriptions and photos to better help you make the best selection. Puppies For Sale Cairo GaAfter all, you're not going to get just any other pet, you're choosing a friend for life.​Passport Comforter Set Twin XlCopyright © 2013 Cattitude. All Rights Reserved.Your source for healthy and exotic cats!Midwest Mysticals Owner Deb Johnson was honored to have a International filming crew here in September for 2 days doing a documentary on this Majestic breed both Savannahs & Bengals. 
It was aired the latter part of November (2013) in Paris France and England. This documentary is going to be re-aired in Paris France & England 2015 with new footage of my savannahs and Bengals I was very excited to hear that one of my kittens (Aaber) purchased from my cattery made it to the semi-finals ( 2013) on you-tube  for a Doritos Commercial to be aired during the Super Bowl Game. She was  picked for her wonderful personality & spots. Aurora My F 3 SBT bengal had 5 kittens on 4-7-16 All Bengals are sold Hoping for more bengals this fall  Bree my F 4 Savannah had kittens on 6-20-16 Bree has one male kitten waiting a new loving home.Loki-sold all bree's kittens are sold Bee-be My F 5C had 2 kittens on 7-26-16 If your interested in what my breeders produce check out past Kittens and Fun photos. It very important to me that my kittens are in good loving homes, to enjoy and understand these beautiful  majestic breeds and how loving they are. Check out the new fun photo page!
A Bit About Us: I have two  beautiful hobby farm's one  in central Wisconsin and  the other in  Minnesota. Natural, spring-fed creeks that gently wind throughout the property's add charm and grace to my home's.  My family regularly enjoys time with our horses, dogs, cats, and wildlife local to my farm's.  Animals have been my passion for over 30 years. I worked at veterinary clinic for over  10 years, where I cared for both small and large animals. Now I'm a  semi-retired vet tech.  I am registered with the TICA as well as with FCF .Besides the Savannahs I own two Egyptian Maus, Two Bengals, as well as dogs and horses. Savannah Cats have always fascinated me. Having that exotic look, coupled with great temperament, makes them a great animal to have in the family with children and with other pets.  After searching all over the United States, I have found  beautiful females & Males from top breading lines; Select Exotics , Kirembo savannahs out of California .
Ti-Amo of Missouri & FuzionKatz. My newest Female Bree  is from Ohio and is  very well spotted , Nice ear type & oceli.  I'm also very excited about  my new Stud Sir Nero, A proven male. He has excellent blood lines out of the top 5 breeder's in the US.  A true Savannah is spotted. A Bengal can be spotted, rosetted or a marble.    (My  Cattery does only Savannah to Savannah Breeding) Go to the Savannah page to watch the Cats 101 video on the Savannah cats. Egyptian Mau Cats Available on Petfinder Right Now Watch Video About Egyptian Mau Cats Cats 101: Egyptian Mau Egyptian Mau Cat Personality 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. In fact, they love any play activity that mimics hunting behavior, and if allowed outside will become very competent (some might say savage) hunters.
That's not to say they are not devoted to the humans who pay them homage. Fanciers describe them as fiercely loyal cats that generally don't take to strangers. Once they bond with their human companions, they choose to be worshiped by their own family, rather than by the entire human race. While not overly talkative, Maus will let their family know if something is amiss, particularly if that something concerns their food dishes. Their voices are usually melodious and quiet. When engaged in conversation with their human companions, Maus wag their tails, tread with their feet, and make a variety of sounds that fanciers call 'chortling'. Egyptian Mau Cat Breed Traits One of this breed's most striking features is its random, distinctive spots. Considerable variety exists in placement and shape. The spots can be large or small, round or oblong, or combinations thereof. What is important is that the spots be vivid and distinct, with good contrast between the background color and the color of the spots.
The face bears tabby markings including the characteristic 'M' on the forehead, which is sometimes described as a scarab beetle mark. Two mascara lines grace the cheeks. The first begins at the corner of the eye and continues along the cheek's contour. As the story goes, ancient Egyptian women patterned their elaborate eye makeup after the Mau's markings. Interested in the history of the Egyptian Mau cat breed? The Egyptian Mau is one of the oldest existing breeds of domestic cat, and the only naturally spotted one. Evidence in the form of depictions, paintings, and sculptures shows that spotted cats existed during the time of the Egyptian cat cult, and it is theorized that the predecessor of the Mau was the very same cat worshiped by the ancient Egyptians. A papyrus painting dating around 1100 B.C. shows Ra in the form of a spotted cat beheading the evil serpent Apep. In 1580 B.C., a papyrus record quotes a spotted cat as saying, 'I am the cat which fought near the Persea Tree in Annu on the night when the foes of Neb-er-tcher were destroyed!'
On a more mundane note, a 1400 B.C. tomb painting found in Thebes depicts a spotted cat retrieving a duck for an Egyptian hunter, showing that cats were not only worshiped but played an important role in everyday life as well.Egyptian Maus joined the European cat fancy in the early 1900s. Fanciers in Italy, Switzerland, and France worked to develop the breed; however, as it did many purebred breeds, World War II decimated the Egyptian Mau population and by the mid-1940s the Mau was almost extinct.The efforts of the exiled Russian Princess Nathalie Troubetskoy brought the Mau back from the brink of extinction. While in Italy, she rescued some of the few remaining specimens. She was also instrumental in importing at least one Mau from Egypt via the Syrian Embassy.In 1956 Troubetskoy immigrated to the United States, bringing with her three Maus bred from her original stock. Upon arrival, Troubetskoy began her own Egyptian Mau cattery (Fatima) and began to promote the breed. The Mau soon collected a following of fanciers who wanted to preserve the rare and historically significant breed.
Because of the small gene pool and because additional Maus were almost impossible to obtain from Egypt, a certain amount of inbreeding and outcrossing were required to continue the breed in North America. Selective breeding for temperament was also a priority, since disposition problems were noted in some bloodlines. Finally, in the 1980s breeder Cathie Rowan brought 13 additional Maus into the United States, paving the way for more imports. In 1991 breeder J. Len Davidson imported four more. This widening of the gene pool was vital to the breed's health and well-being.In 1968 CFF was the first to accept the Egyptian Mau. CCA soon followed, and the CFA granted Championship in 1977. Today, all major associations accept the Mau. Shelters with Egyptian Mau Cats Shelters that currently have Egyptian Mau cats ready for adoption: Salem Friends of Felines Gena's Friends For Felines Nile Valley Egyptian Foundation SPC Veterinary Technology Program Friends For Life Animal Shelter & Sanctuary