The Egyptian Mau cat has a striking appearance due to its athletic build and sleek, spotted coat. Though this breed looks similar to the Bengal, with their spotted coats, Bengals’ are more like leopard spots, whereas Egyptian Maus’ spots are smaller and more polka-dotty. As the name suggests, this breed originated from Egypt around 3,000 years ago. Their forehead markings are often described as looking like scarab beetles!
|Coat:||Short, fine and silky|
|Life span:||15 years|
|Personality:||Loyal, playful, athletic|
The Egyptian Mau can be a true and loyal friend. However, they need their own space and toys to play with of their own accord.
Egyptian Maus don’t tend to run into nutritional issues, so they’re easy to feed! It’s best to keep them on a high-protein, meat-based diet.
Egyptian Maus are known for their sleek and silky coats, which are surprisingly easy to maintain!
With intelligence and playfulness to spare, there’s never a dull moment with an Egyptian Mau in your life.
Egyptian Maus sometimes suffer with certain health conditions and may require treatment. Petplan cat insurance offers peace of mind that they will always be protected.