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This is the Abyssinian cat

by Kate Faler

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Published by T.F.H. Publications in Hong Kong, Neptune, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Abyssinian cat.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKate Faler.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF449.A28 F35 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination192 p. :
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2806729M
    ISBN 10087666866X
    LC Control Number83238933

      A cat called Zula was taken from Abyssinia to Britain in the s at the end of the Abyssinian War. This cat and possibly other imports were bred with similarly marked cats. Besides being called Abyssinians, at first these cats had other names, such as Hare Cat, Rabbit Cat, and Bunny Cat. The Abyssinian cat, sometimes referred to as "Aby," is a medium-sized cat with a long body, developed muscles, and a short-to-medium length coat. Unlike many domesticated cat breeds, Abyssinians are extremely active, playful cats that love to climb tall pieces of furniture, play with toys, and play interactive games with their cat : Christina Donnelly.

    H C Brooke feature on Abyssinians in Frances Simpson’s “The Book of the Cat” First Abyssinians exported to the USA. Abyssinian Cat Club founded by Major E S Woodiwiss. H C Brooke published the pamphlet: “The Abyssinian Cat” First all-Abyssinian Cat Show. Club disbanded for the war. The history of the Abyssinian cat is a little obscure, although it is fairly certain that the wife of an English Army officer, a Mrs Captain Barrett-Leonard, brought the original specimen back to Britain from Abyssinia in Other members of the army may have also brought these cats back from what is now known as Ethiopia around this time.

    The Abyssinian / æ b ɪ ˈ s ɪ n i ən / is a breed of domestic short-haired cat with a distinctive "ticked" tabby coat, in which individual hairs are banded with different colors. In nomenclature terms, they are also known as simply Abys. The breed is named for Abyssinia (now called Ethiopia), where it is believed to have originated.. In terms of the domestication of cats, analysis has CFA: standard. The Abyssinian cat breed is an very intelligent and inquisitive by nature. They are also very energetic and playful and will require a lot of space and stimulus to keep them entertained and happy. They are known to be very loyal cats to their owners and as such enjoy interaction with humans on a regular basis.


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This Is the Abyssinian Cat Hardcover – March 1, by Kate Faler (Author)4/5(6). This is the Abyssinian Cat Hardcover – January 1, by Kate Faler (Author)4/5(8).

This Is The Abyssinian Cat book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Get this from a library. This is the Abyssinian cat. [Kate Faler] -- Covers the care, grooming, pedigree analysis, CFA Abyssinian Show Standard, and the history of the breed.

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out of 5 stars Abyssinian Cats, by Lynn Stone Reviewed in the United States on January 6, Aimed at the younger reader, this book is still filled with accurate information about this popular breed of cat.5/5(1). out of 5 stars This Is the Abyssinian Cat Reviewed in the United States on December 8, This was the This is the Abyssinian cat book book I purchased after I got my Aby Cats and it is my Bible!4/5.

This article is accompanied by an illustration of the Abyssinian Cat. In the British book, by Gordon Stables, Cats, Their Points, and Characteristics published inthere is also mention of an Abyssinian.

The book shows a colored lithograph of a cat with a ticked coat and absence of tabby markings on the face, paws, and neck. The description reads: “Zula, the property of Mrs. Captain.

This article is accompanied by an illustration of the Abyssinian Cat. In the British book, by Gordon Stables, Cats, Their Points, and Characteristics published inthere is also mention of an Abyssinian. The book shows a colored lithograph of a cat with a ticked coat and absence of tabby markings on the face, paws, and neck.

Review of Abyssinian Cats by Stuart A. Kallen This thin, hard cover, children fs book is easy to read with medium-sized fonts and captioned color pictures. Good for kids learning to read, for grown-ups to read to their kids, or for families with young children that are thinking of buying a cat 2/5(1).

Abyssinian Cats: Everything About Acquisition, Care, Nutrition, Behaviour, Health Care, and Breeding by Anne Helgren, J. Anne Hauppauge published by Barrons Educational Series ISBNp. The Abyssinian cat. [Joanne Mattern; Bruce Dickinson] -- Discusses the history, development, habits and care of Abyssinian cats.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joanne Mattern; Bruce Dickinson. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Frances Simpson says in "The Book of the Cat" (London ) that the so-called Abyssinian cats of her time bore a 'very striking resemblance to the Egyptian or Caffre cat, and a picture of a painting in her book features an Abyssinian cat with ringed tail and many stripes on the legs.

In the Abyssinian alphabet, A is for active, M is for mischievous and S is for super smart. The agile and athletic cats are known for their love of heights, lively nature and unquenchable curiosity.

Life with an exceptional Abyssinian cat and books Published by Scholastic. NYP – Due out September I read this a little while ago, as a proof (for which many thanks) – and loved it. This book introduces young readers to the Abyssinian cat, the cat with the unique banded coat.

In engaging, easy-to-read text readers examine the history, physical attributes, development, and behavior of the breed. Coat, color, size, and care instructions are also covered. Beautiful, full-color photos allow students to see the Abyssinian in a variety of situations. Abyssinian Cat.

Abyssinians are some of the oldest and most regal cat breeds of today. These felines possess the looks of Egyptian cats in sculptures and paintings of yore. Due to selective breeding, Abyssinians still retain most of its characteristics from its ancestor, the felis lybica, or otherwise known as the African wildcat.

The Abyssinian Cat is considered to be one of the oldest domestic cat breeds. It is well-known for its graceful lithe body, shimmering coat, and intelligent eyes. The Abyssinian cat is a highly energetic breed always in motion and pursuit of higher places to climb.

- Abyssinian cats (in general) were mentioned by C H Ross in his "Book of Cats" "In Abyssinia cats are so valuable that a marriageable girl who is likely to. Zulu, an Abyssinian owned by Mrs.

Barrett-Lennard, was described in a book by Gordon Stables published in In it, he says that she was brought from Ethiopia. There is no other written record. However, it is just as possible that the breed was developed in England from tabby cats as the Abyssinian is a tabby carrying the agouti gene.The Abyssinian cat.

[Joanne Mattern] -- Discusses the history, development, habits and care of Abyssinian cats. Abyssinian cat. Mankato, Minn.: Capstone Books, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Elementary and junior high school, Internet resource.When it comes to Abyssinian cat colors, the most popular is the usual or ruddy.

It is one of the most beautiful of cat colors Some say the overall appearance resembles burnt sienna. Others think this color makes the cat resemble a small cougar.

It certainly gives the Aby its distinctive “wild cat” look.