Abyssinian Cat Pictures

Eleven Abyssinian cat pictures by the celebrated Helmi Flick, one of the world's best and one of the best known cat photographers.

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Abyssinian cat "Hawkeye"

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Abyssinian cat Ady Uber

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Abyssinian cat "Diego"

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Abyssinian cat Josephina

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Abyssinian cat "Gryf"

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Abyssinian cat "Muscle Girl"

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Abyssinian cat "Siggy"

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Abyssinian cat "Siggy"

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Abyssinian cat "Natalie"

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Abyssinian Cat photo

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Abyssinian Cat photo

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Champion Abyssinian cat 1907

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I have added the last and 12th picture as a comparison. You can see a marked difference to the shape of the cat's shape. In the early 20th century the Abyssinian cat had a more cobby shape. Selective breeding created what breeders consider to be a more elegant looking cat - called "foreign" body shape.

The Abyssinian is a tabby cat with few markings (tail and forehead). There are some subtle color types. The ruddy color is the one we are familiar with. Blue (gray ) is also popular. Personally, I think that this cat should have one color.

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