The American Bobtail is most notable for its stubby "bobbed" tail about one-third to one-half the length of a normal cat's tail. This is the result of a cat body type genetic mutation affecting the tail development, similar to that of a Manx cat. American Bobtails are a very sturdy breed, with both short- and long-haired coats. Their coat is shaggy rather than dense or fluffy. They can have any color of eyes and coat, with a strong emphasis on the "wild" tabby appearance in show animals.
Abyssinian Kitten - The Abyssinian is one of the oldest breeds of pedigree cat and was one of those exhibited at the very first cat show held at the Crystal Palace in 1871. It is generally agreed that this breed originated in Egypt, and certainly the ticked coat pattern would have been the perfect camouflage for wild cats living in the dry, scrubby North African habitat.
Blue Abyssinian Cat, just like my Monster (who hides under the bed at night and then climbs up and gives you love bites while you're sleeping).
Abyssinian Cat Personality | Abyssinian cat is an active, energetic and playful cat. This is a cat ...
Abyssinian Cat - a friend of mine had a male Abby, named Simon, that was so strong it had pecs... also survived a fall from a 4th story apt window and after that, whenever he didn't want to be in side...he JUMPED from the 4th floor... amazing breed, really sb
* * FACTOID: Abyssinian cats have become wildly popular, in part because of their unique beauty [they are depicted in Egyptian artwork], and in part because of their personalities. 'Abys' as they are affectionately known, are athletic and playful, but also extremely loving to their humans.