The Egyptian cat is one of the original breeds of modern domestic cats. Because they are very different from other modern domestic cats in their body structure, growth and behavior, it can be seen from this that their age is very long, or at least the habits of this breed are very special. Egyptian cats are very sensitive to temperature and like warm places very much. They are very sensitive to drugs and anesthetics.
Remind everyone that the pregnancy period is longer, about 73 days, while the pregnancy period of the average cat is 65-67 days, although the Siamese cat will be relatively long for one or two days.
Egyptian cats are very smart and like to be close to their responsible and caring owners. Many owners of these cats say that when they go home after a day of work, they will find their cats sitting in front of the door eagerly waiting for them.
Although many veterinarians and animal caregivers disagree, the Egyptian cat’s character is very suitable for outdoor life. They are agile, fast, and naturally smart. As long as it takes them to the outdoors carefully when it is young, it will basically learn to avoid all the dangers in the outdoors.
Egyptian cats, especially purebreds, are not very friendly to unfamiliar cats of other breeds. Their animals will attack invading cats very fiercely, and they will also be very keen to avoid strange humans. Therefore, Egyptian cats are not suitable for living in apartments or families with frequent guests.