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Arabian Mau


Cats have been a part of the Arab world since thousands of years. They were living in the deserts and in areas were communities were living. 


As the deserts are slowly being changed to cities, the cat population of Arabian countries also moved closer to the populated areas in search of food and shelter. Most of them were living in and around the streets and very few were lucky to be taken into homes of people. Thus they were called the Street Cats in these areas. The large expatriate population living in these countries some times brought their pet cats from their own countries or were homing only well known breeds. The local people also followed suit and homed only well known breeds. Thus the cats originally belonging to this area were ignored.These cats can be seen in most of the Middle East countries, especially, in the Gulf Countries like the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. The Arabian Mau is a natural desert cat of the Arabian Peninsula. They are original breeds and strong survivors of the extreme climate of the Arabian countries. 


Ms. Petra Mueller, who has been living in the United Arab Emirates, for the last 14 years has more than 50 Arabian Mau cats in her home, and conducted the first breeding proof of 4 generations. The research has been conducted for last 4 years and the breeding proof and other findings has been presented to the World Cat Federation. On 9th & 10th Nov 2007, the WCF President Ms. Anneliese Hackmann, Vice-President Mr. Paulo Ruschi and Judge Ms. Cornelia Hungerecker have seen in total 18 Arabian Mau cats of different colors and age. They were all very equal. 


The Arabian Mau cats are: A Natural breed from the Middle East

Arose spontaneously around the Middle East since more than 1000 years.Passed their characteristics intact without any help from the man, to modify or accentuate their morphology or behavioural feature. There are normally 3 kinds are found in the same family - Pure White, Black & White, Tabby Brown with dark brown stripes on the back, Tabby Gray with black stripes.Occasionally Black & Gray too. 


The Standard has been drafted by The WCF President Ms. Anneliese Hackmann, Vice-President Mr. Paulo Ruschi and Judge Ms. Cornelia Hungerecker Ms. Petra Mueller President MECATS The Members of the Middle East Cat Society With the co-operation of 58 Arabian Mau cats. 4 years of Observation and study Result from Breeding 4 Generations.

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