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How tall is arabian mau cat and weight

John TerryJohn Terry BronxMember Posts: 27

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  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    From my research on the 'Net regarding this breed, it doesn't look like one of the giant breeds like a Maine Coon, or one of the tiny breeds. All photos show short-haired kitties of different fur colors. They seem to have long legs and small oval-shaped heads, but don't look overly tall. I read that they are good mousers. There doesn't seem to be as much information about this breed as there is about the Egyptian Mau. I didn't discover anything remarkable about them other than that they are a fairly recently recognized breed here in the USA. Seems like just a "normal" cat, if there is such a thing.
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