Domestic Shorthair/Egyptian Mau
Picture of Clark, a male Domestic Shorthair/Egyptian Mau

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Age: 9 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 12 lbs.

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Clarky, Dummy (term of endearment he's very smart!)

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

Brown Tabby

Watching birds from the widow and wanting so bad to hunt them!

Running out of food, doors in the house being shut (drives him crazy)

Favorite Toy:
a ball that has feathers on it that chirps

Favorite Nap Spot:
On the tippy top of his 5' cat house

Favorite Food:
friskies wet food...he gets dry food most of the time and it has to be totally intact...if it's not he takes it out of his bowl and puts it on the floor.

Many one of which...catching flies in mid air that are 8 feet up in the air flying around


Arrival Story:
Clark is a rescue cat from the Arizona Humane Society, I have always had luck with male brown tabbies. That's what I thought I was getting. When he was surrendered at the AHS he was already neutered and 3 months old. The staff thought that was very odd that all his litter mates and Clark had already been fixed before surrendering them. My son chose Clark (and Clark later chose us!) because he was very alert, active and playful. His markings were different than a tabby but I thought that's what he was. When I took Clark to our vet for the first time she said, "You have a beautiful cat but I must tell you, he is not a normal domestic tabby he has some other sort of exotic breed in him (mixed with a regular domestic breed). She told me to look up Egyptian Mau when I get home. When I saw that I knew that's what I was dealing with.

Clark is the most incredible cat ever. (and I have had many cats) He loves to be the center of attention yet is not a lap cat unless it's by HIS choice. He is always just 5 feet away from me (I am his favorite human) He follows me all around the house. He loves it when I make the bed he jumps on the bed and goes nuts under the covers, I just make him in the bed, he's more than happy to stay there for about 10 minutes made in the bed. Then he runs out of the bedroom like a bat out of hell and zips around the house 1000 mph lol

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

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Help me with hissing behavior

I've Been On Catster Since:
April 2nd 2010 More than 5 years!

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