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Egyptian Mau Breeders Denver CO

In Egyptian Mau, elegant body is randomly spotted, with banded legs and tail. The cat has expressive gooseberry green eyes with mascara lines, and usually a worried expression on the face. Please read on to find out more about temperament, home breeding, brief history and fun facts about this amiable pet.

Earthlings Planet-Friendly Pet Care
(303) 868-4655
311 W. 11th Avenue
Denver, CO

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(303) 586-6752
Denver, CO

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Global Dog Natural Pet Products
(888) 326-3647
P. O. Box 230
Littleton, CO

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The Grand Poobah
(303) 669-0943
20269 E Smoky Hill Rd #B-125
Centennial, CO

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Holistic Pet Information
(877) 573-8227
16927 W. 71st Place
Arvada, CO

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Pet Pick-Ups
(303) 443-8914
P.O. Box 460547
Denver, CO

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(303) 587-3775
1646 Galena St.
Aurora, CO

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Hero's P.e.t.s. (Planetary & Ecologically Trusted Supplies)
(303) 972-1926
8086 W. Bowles Ave., Unit N
Littleton, CO

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The Good Dog Company
(303) 216-0443
414 Violet Street
Golden, CO

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(303) 393-9156
7505 E 35th Ave
Denver, CO
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Egyptian Mau

Physical Description

  • Elegant body is randomly spotted, with banded legs and tail
  • Expressive gooseberry green eyes with mascara lines
  • A worried expression on the face
  • Colors include: silver, bronze, smoke, solid black, blue silver, blue spotted, blue smoke, and solid blue


  • Very smart, loyal to family

At Home

  • Does best indoors
  • Needs sufficient scratching device
  • Declawing is not recommended
  • Kittens are available after 12-16 weeks
  • Low maintenance
  • Moderately active

Brief History

  • The Egyptian Mau is domesticated from a spotted subspecies of the African Wild Cat
  • The role of the Mau in the religion, mythology, and everyday life of Egypt conveys the degree of affection and respect in which these cats were held
  • They were worshipped as deities, cherished as pets, protected by laws, and mummified and mourned upon their death
  • Exported into North America by the exiled Russian princess, Nathalie Troubetskoy


  • Trim nails regularly

Fun Facts

  • Mau, the Egyptian word for cat, has been clearly identified in the artwork of ancient Egyptians
  • Has the distinction of being the only natural spotted breed of domestic cat
  • Express happiness by chortling in a soft voice and wiggling their tails while treading with their forepaws

Medical Conditions

  • Healthy breed
  • Needs boosters by 12 weeks old
  • Annual vet visit for checkups is important

While the listed ailments may be common in this breed, not all members of...

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