The Abyssinian is probably one of the oldest known breeds and best known for their resemblance to their much-revered ancient Egyptian ancestors. New genetic studies lean towards the breed originating on the coast of the Indian Ocean and in parts of Southeast Asia. Abyssinians are known for their striking ‘ticked’ coat where their fur has bands of color on each individual hair and the coat looks darker along the spine. This short-haired breed is a medium-sized cat in the 8 to 12 lbs range.
Abyssinians are curious, courageous and high-spirited. Aby’s are very active and athletic. Your typical Abyssinian loves to spend her days climbing up to high places, exploring every nook and cranny and supervising whatever you are doing at the time too.
Common Health Conditions & Recommendations for Abyssinian Cats
Stomatitis: A condition where the soft tissues in a cat’s mouth become irritated and inflamed including the gums and tongue.
Recommendations for Stomatitis in Cats:
- ES Clear - scavenges free radicals, and eases pain and discomfort.
- BK Detox - gentle immune support and detox for vital organs and blood.
- Natures Immuno - helps restore balance to the immune system.
- Mouth Drops - support for the mouth and gums
Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency: a condition that can cause anemia.
Recommendations for Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency:
- Anemia Super Support Kit - helps boost energy levels, fill in any dietary gaps, and reduce fatigue.
- Multi Essentials- gentle immune support and detox for vital organs and blood.
- Turmeric - supports the heart and circulatory functions.
Feline Infectious Peritonitis: (FIP) is a viral disease caused by certain strains of a virus called the feline coronavirus.