Acquired: Worked with pet (didn’t own)
Posted Oct 11, 2015
Contrary to popular belief, the singapura cat is a cross between an abyssinian and a burmese. Because of the insanely small gene pool, there are constant health problems because of inbreeding.
Mao is absolutly adorable!! He has a small head and his eyes make you want to stare into them for hours. He loves to jump run and play, there is no place in the house he cannot conquer. As he is still a little guy, he wont reach full size until he is two years old. He loves attention and will follow you wherever you go, sometimes hitching a ride on shoulders like a nice warm scarf. He loves other animals and will play with them or us for hours on end. If he didn't have a companion he would probably destroy the house. If you are looking for a pure bred, make sure they have no visible defects, and also if you plan on breeding, consider breeding with another breed. If you are breeding a female singapura you will more than likely need to have them in the vet's office to get a c-section, as the most common defect is weak muscles unable to deliver on their own.