Ojos Azules a very rare breed, and can be distinguished by their deep blue eyes. They are active, friendly, and affectionate cats. The name Ojos Azules translates to “blue eyes” in Spanish. The Ojos Azules is considered easy to groom because these cats don’t need to be brushed often and their shedding is considered average. The coat, which could be long or short, is described as silky, soft, fine, and shiny.
Common Health Conditions
- Hairballs can often occur with excessive grooming and licking. While these typically pass through the cats system, sometimes the hairballs can become lodged within the cats stomach or cause intestinal blockage.
- If your Ojos Azules digests an infected flea while grooming herself, that flea can transmit a tiny tapeworm into your cat and grow into a full-sized adult worm.
- IBS in cats stands for irritable bowel syndrome – a functional disorder that can lead to an other wise normal digestive system to function abnormally. This causes our sweet kitties to suffer from symptoms such as diarrhea or constipation, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.