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Litter Announcements: Egyptian Mau Kittens



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Egyptian Mau kittens are active, highly intelligent, and make their own fun. They are one of the quickest breeds of cat, capable of running fast and jumping high, so little will be out of their reach. Egyptian Mau breeders work primarily with silver spotted and bronze spotted tabby colors; some work with the more rare smoke color. Egyptian Mau are shorthaired and require little grooming.

Photo of Egyptian Mau kitten Copyright © Chanan.


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