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A le plaisir de vows announcer que notre Mau Egyptien Black Smoke 

Amiel-Goshen ‘Ivan’ ou  « Ivan The Great’

A main tenant sa propre page 

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article par Melanie Morgan et le GEMS

A new article on Egyptian Mau in all color has been published on our

website

please go here to read it

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Un nouvel article  sur le Mau Egyptien sous toutes ses couleurs a été

ajouté sur notre site.

Taper  ICI

pour pouvoir le lire , merci

 

We have added some more pictures of this wonderful and rare litter of Ramah Adina & Maus’Art Atarah  

«  » »Amiel-Goshen Iretz (silver) & Amiel-Goshen Ivan (Smoke) boys » » »

HERE/ICI

Nous avons ajouté des photos de cette très belle et rare portée entre Ramah Adina & Maus’Art Atarah

 

de nouvelle photos on été ajoutées sur cette page

here

Portee de Mau Egyptien  Silver and Black Smoke née le 11.04.2013

De

Ramah Adina & Maus’Art Atarah 

(Ils ont 2 semaines sur cette video)

egyptian mau at 2 Weeks

Ancetres de Atarah, notre Mau Egyptien Bronze

 a link to see the Parents and Grand Parents of

Maus’Art Atarah of Amiel-Goshen

LINK/LIENS

un lien pour découvrir les parents et Grands Parents de

Maus’Art Atarah of Amiel-Goshen

Video sur le Mau Egyptien et le Nebelung

 here 2 links for you to watch 

one on

 » Egyptian Mau »

and one on

« Nebelung »

Ebook sur le Mau Egyptien

Egyptian Mau Ebook

The Egyptian Mau is a fascinating cat, not only because of its past history, but because of its delightful personality and striking appearance.

The Mau (mau is the Egyptian word for cat) has been clearly identified in the artwork of the ancient Egyptians, leaving no question in the minds of many experts that the Egyptian Mau is indeed the cat domesticated from a spotted subspecies of the African Wild Cat by this unique culture.

To gaze upon this beautiful and engaging creature is an opportunity to view a living relic.

The role of the Mau in the religion, mythology, and everyday life of the Egyptian conveys the degree of affection and respect in which these cats were held. They were worshiped as deities, cherished as pets, protected by laws, and mummified and mourned upon their death.

The artwork on the stone sarcophagus shows a comparison between the cats depicted by the ancient Egyptians and one of their modern descendants…

see more Here

Actualitées « Yosefa,Faithful, Adina »

the following pages have been updated //les pages ci-dessous ont été actualisées , pour la visite

Yosefa (EM femelle gronze), Faithful (Nebelung Femelle), Adina(Em Femelle smoke)

The following pages have been updated, please have a look/// les page ci-dessous ont été actualisées , pour la visite

Djeser,(male silver neutred), Atarah, (Male Bronze entire), Eli-Ora, (female Silver entire), Florina (female bronze entire)

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