Adopting a kitten is an act of love.
Breeders of Abyssinian cats and Abyssinian kittens for 20 years. Our babies are home-raised, loving, and healthy kittens. They come with shots and are guaranteed free of FELV/FIV. We ship within the US and some overseas locations.
My kittens are brought up in the home as part of the family and well socialized with all the everyday noises in the house, making them confident, outgoing kittens with their own unique Aby personalities.
They are vaccinated, wormed, litter trained, and leave with a positive health check from the vet.
We have been lucky to have some beautiful cats and kittens and have done very well on the show bench. Our kittens are reared as a part of our family, and we sometimes have some available to join your family.
We have been breeding our Abyssinians for over 20 years, and all our kittens are raised in our home.
A “pure bred” is the best representation of the breed, whether it is a pet or a show cat.
Special Care Of Pets
Our cats have a specially made and well maintained space for them to roam around in and exercise.
Raw food Diet
Our cats are fed a balanced raw food diet prepared by hand every day.
About Abyssinian Kittens
Abyssinians are elegant medium-sized cats with strong, lithe bodies and long, slender legs. They have round, wedge-shaped heads with distinctive small tufts on the tips of ears and large almond-shaped eyes. The short, close-lying coat of an Abyssinian cat, has a distinctive ‘ticked’ look caused by bands of color on each hair. The most well know color is ‘ruddy’ but there are several others.
The Abyssinian cat resembles the African wildcat, the ancestor of the domestic cat. The history of the Abyssinian cat in the UK is a little obscure, but it is likely that it was brought back via army personnel from Abyssinia (now Ethiopia), in the 1860s. The early Abyssinian cats were crossed with British Shorthairs and later with oriental breeds. Long-haired Abyssinian kittens have been found in the litter for many years, and since the 1970s, they have been developed as a separate breed called the Somali.
Characteristics of Abyssinian Cats
Every cat is unique, and each has its own particular likes, dislikes, and needs when it comes to food. However, cats are carnivores; every cat must obtain 41 different and specific nutrients from their food. The proportion of these nutrients will vary depending on age, lifestyle, and overall health, so it’s not surprising that a growing, energetic kitten needs a different balance of nutrients in her diet than a less active senior cat. Other considerations to bear in mind are feeding the right quantity of food to maintain an ‘ideal body condition’ in accordance with feeding guidelines and catering to individual preferences regarding wet or dry food recipes.