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Sevey Native Egyptian Mau Female 11 months old   

In shelter Cat

Marion, CT, 06444
Pet name:
Sevey Native Egyptian Mau Female 11 months old
Egyptian Mau
Sevey is in foster care here and ready to meet her new family. She is from Cairo Egypt and is a Native Egyptian Mau or what we call a Nile Valley Egyptian Mau to distinguish she is not a pedigree cat. Our cats are rescued from the streets of Egypt only, and not from a breeder. We are not sure how she will be with other cats or a dog in the home as Egyptians typically dont keep dogs as pets. But in our experience, our cats do well with dogs who are friendly toward cats.

 All of our cats for adoption are sterilized (unless too young and will be done at the age of 6 months here in the USA), fully vaccinated, treated for fleas/worms, are negative for FIV/FELV, and have a registered microchip, and come with their travel crate. Adoptions are on a cost-recovery basis and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

Native Mau Cats of Egypt are the oldest known descendants of Egyptian domesticated cats (which have provided a partial foundation for the recent Egyptian Mau cat breed), and they are one of only a few naturally occurring, small, spotted cats in the world. Adoptions are on a cost-recovery basis and by an approved application. NVEcats aims to increase education in Egypt and around the world about these magnificent and intelligent cats.

Cats and kittens are not adopted out on a first-come, first-serve basis. We choose to match our applicant and cats based on what we deem as best suited for that particular cat or kitten.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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