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Aegean Cat - Cycladic islands - Naturally Domesticated Breed - Symbol of independence, Liberty, Hope - pure bronze statue

Aegean Cat - Cycladic islands - Naturally Domesticated Breed - Symbol of independence, Liberty, Hope - pure bronze statue

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Item Specifics

Condition: New, Made in Greece.
Material: Pure Bronze
Height: 4,2 cm - 1,65 inches
Width: 2 cm - 0,8 inches
Length: 2 cm - 0,8 inches
Weight: 70 g

Aegean cats are a naturally occurring landrace of domestic cat originating from the Cycladic Islands of Greece. It is considered a natural cat, developing without human interference. Development of the Aegean cat as a formal breed began in the early 1990s by breeders in the fledgling Greek cat fancy. It is considered to be the only native Greek variety of cat. The Aegean cat, as its name suggests, originates from the Cycladic Islands in the Aegean Sea, where they occur as a natural landrace. Aegeans are considered one of the oldest domesticated cat breeds. They are common as feral cats in Greece and Turkey, where they are found amongst fishing ports asking for food offerings. In Greece, Aegean cats are considered a national treasure.
Aegean cats are a medium-sized, muscular, semi-longhaired cat.The coat is bicolour or tricolour with one of the colours being almost always white. White usually takes up between 1/4 to 9/10 of the body. The colour of their coat might include many other colours and patterns. Their paws are medium in size and have a round shape. Their tail can be long and "hooked".The ears have a wide base and rounded tips and are covered by hair. The eyes have an almond shape and their color can be any shade of green, blue and yellow.
Aegean cats are noted for their affinity for water and fishing. Because the breed was allowed to develop through natural selection, rather than selective breeding, Aegean cats are free from most feline genetic diseases.


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