Teema: Egiptuse Mau
Nii. See tõug on väga salapärane ja väga huvitav. Olen väga huvitatud endale koju võtta tõukassi, kodu lemmikuks.
Praegune valik on Devonil kuna seda on eestist saada, aga Maud ei ole:support:
See ei tähenda, aga seda, et Devon ei ole vähem armsam.
Olen leidnud inglismaalt kasvanduse , kuid koos kassi ja kohale toimetamisega läheks see maksma vähemalt 15000. Ja seda summat mul ei ole. :roll:
Ootan Saksa kasvanduselt hetkel vastust.
Kuna Bona Dea lehe ei ole märke hetkel uuest pesakonat devonite seast mõtlesin küsida abi:
Kas keegi saaks uurida kas Soomes Egiptuse maud müüakse. Soome keeles on muidu egiptuse Mau : Egyptin mau.
Lisan ühe pildi:
"Mau" is the Egyptian word for 'cat'. The Egyptian fascination, love for and worship of the cat is legendary. The colourful history of the ancient Egyptians is littered with lavish artistic renditions of cats, in hieroglyphs, on papyrus, in stone, in granite and in gigantic monuments. The image of the cat goddess "Bastet" as rendered in stone is probably the most identifiable and well known statuette of a cat in history. It clearly conveys the high degree of affection and respect in which cats were held by Egyptian society. From birth to death, the cat was glorified. They were the pets which bestowed luck and good fortune, were cherished by families, were protected under the law, and in death were mummified with reverence. In modern times their history is traced to their importation into the United States in 1956 by the exiled Russian princess, Nathalie Troubetskoy. Most of the early Maus on the North American continent, trace their ancestry to two of the original imports from the Fatima Cattery. Since that time however, other importations have assisted to broaden and enliven the gene pool. The Cat Fanciers Association (USA), recognised the breed for championship competition in 1977