About Abyssinians cats
Abyssinian cats are amongst one of the most popular cat breeds in the world. This is because they are such a breeze to have in the home. Easy to care for, very friendly and totally gorgeous, the Abyssinian cat breed can't be described as anything short of a joy.
You are unlikely to find an Abyssinian cat curled up quietly out of the way. Instead, these active cats will take an interest in any task you do with an utterly charming curiosity.
If they aren’t affectionately by your side, they are probably off exploring any and every hidey hole in the house they can find! An Abyssinian cat is a loving companion who will help you enjoy the lighter side of life.
Colour: Originally, most Abyssinians had a ruddy, reddish-brown coat. However, nowadays you may see blue and fawn coloured abyssinian cats.
Coat: Short haired
Size: Medium cat, 38 - 46cm (excluding tail)
Weight: 3.6 - 5.4 kg
Lifespan: Variable but anywhere between 9 - 13 years
Temperament: Active, loving, curious
Origin: South East Asia
Benefits of fresh cat food for Abyssinian Cats
Like all cats, Abyssinians can enjoy many benefits when regularly fed fresh cat food. Switch to fresh and see these improvements:
Improved weight management
Shinier, healthy coats
Cats are obligate carnivores and Abysinnians are no exception. This means that they are biologically engineered to get the nutrients they need from meat. However, the industry standard falls short of this. It is not uncommon to see cat food made with little meat, of poor quality, which is cooked at high temperatures to last on a shelf for months, even years.
At KatKin we are demanding better. We provide fresh cat food made with 100% premium ingredients. All our recipes are formulated by vets to ensure they are nutritionally complete. Switch fearlessly to KatKin with your Abyssinian and see the benefits for yourself.
We've kept it simple
1. Introduce us to your cat.
Our simple questions help us personalise your cat's meals.
2. A box just for them.
We'll build a box of fresh-cooked food that's right for your cat's needs.
3. Cross cat food off the shopping list.
We deliver straight to your door.
4. Forget about food waste.
One pouch. One cat. One day. Complete nutrition.
5. No strings attached.
Change, pause or cancel your monthly plan online anytime.
6. Spot the difference.
Start to notice the incredible changes in your cat after feeding them KatKin.
100% premium- quality meat
Frozen fresh with no preservatives
Made in the UK
Abyssinian cat FAQs
When your Abyssinian kitten is young, it is recommended to split their daily food into 3 - 4 servings. At KatKin, we perfectly portion your Abyssinian kitten’s food into daily pouches. This means you can provide your kitten with all the nutrients they need by dividing one pouch into 3 or 4 meals throughout the day.
One pouch of KatKin fresh cat food will satisfy your Abyssinian cat daily. This is because we tailor to every cat we meet. We take into consideration your Abyssinian cat’s age, weight and activity levels and create a pouch with the exact daily calorie and nutrient levels your Abyssinian needs. Healthy eating couldn’t be easier.
Whilst no cat is fully hypoallergenic, Abyssinian cats are typically considered ok for people with milder allergies. There are a few reasons why Abyssinian cats may be less likely to cause a reaction. Firstly they shed less, which means they leave less dander around. Abyssinians also produce a lower than average amount of Fel D1, a protein responsible for skin allergies.
No, although Abyssinian cats are named after the country now known as modern day Egypt, they did not originally come from there. Geneticists have shown the Abyssinians are more likely to have originated from South East Asia. Abyssinians gained their name and association with Egypt because this was where they were first imported to the UK from. Another reason why Abyssinians are mistakenly thought to have come from Egypt is that they closely resemble cats depicted in ancient Egyptian paintings and sculptures.
All cats are special, but Abyssinian cats are unique because they are one of the oldest cat breeds. Abyssinians can be traced back to at least 4,000 years ago. Mummified cats found in ancient Egyptian tombs discovered by modern archeologists look similar to the modern Abyssinian. It is thought that their heritage goes back even further in history to their Asian origin. Abyssinian cats are also special for their large ears and distinct ruddy coat.
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Simple, fresh & healthy. KatKin are shaking up the modern cat food industry one meal at a time. We demand the very best for cats and you should too. Trial a KatKin 14 day fresh food subscription for your Abyssinian cat today and receive 20% off. Abyssinian not the fun loving feline for you? Discover another cat breed to fall in love with and feed fresh food to daily. We are sure they will be eternally grateful you made the decision to feed them quality fresh meat!