From Egypt (hence its name), it has a well developed muscles and high angular shoulders. Its coat is short, fine and silky, and it will feature marks like "M" or scarab on its front. No special maintenance is required, just a little brush! Lively and playful, however this cat does not like agitation. Reserved with strangers, it is still sociable with other dogs and very affectionate with its master. It adapts well to apartment living, but a garden would allow him to spend itself. Did you know that the ancient ancestors of this breed were represented on monuments Egyptians?