The Egyptian Mau has a striking appearance due to its athletic build and a sleek spotted coat. Its graceful body and almond-shaped green eyes look exotic, yet this breed is far from aloof: an Egyptian Mau is a playful addition to the family and loves to learn new tricks. Boredom can be kept at bay with lots of attention and plenty of toys or companion pets to play with.
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|Colour:||This fleet-footed breed is easily identified by its luxurious spotted coat. A pale background in silver, bronze or smoke is speckled with dark spots and distinctive 'frown marks' on the forehead.|
|Coat:||Short, fine and silky, with a high sheen that looks after itself. However, most Egyptian Maus love the feeling of being brushed.|
|Life span:||Around 15 years. The Egyptian Mau's endless energy usually means a long and active life.|
Egyptian Maus sometimes suffer with epilepsy and are prone to hereditary and congenital conditions. Petplan dog insurance offers peace of mind that they will always be protected.