Abyssinian kittens


Gorgeous kittens of the Abyssinian breed. 2 beautiful boys (1 blue color and 1 ruby) are available for reservation. Born on 17/02/2021, will be ready to move to a new loving home starting from 22/05/2021. Will be fully vaccinated. There is an opportunity to see both parents at our place, they are our own cats. The Abyssinian breed is very non-conflicting and patient. Aggression is not typical for this breed, so they do not bite or scratch. While an active cat, the Abyssinian is an easy cat to have in your home. They love people and other animals. They will play with their own toys for hours but also enjoy a good period of time of interactive play with their parents. They will talk to you in a soft, quiet voice. The Abyssinian is loving and affectionate and loves to spend time with people. While the Abyssinian coat is easy to care for, the Abyssinian likes being combed. They will reward you with a love

Abyssinian kittens for sale

Abyssinian kittens are sleek, athletic medium size felines that boast wonderful personalities. Abys have a wild look about them resembling a Lynx with their large ears and expressive, alert yet gentle eyes. For decades, the Abyssinian has been among one of the most popular breeds throughout the world thanks to the fact they are not only beautiful looking, but also because they are such intelligent cats that boast an independent side to their natures.

Abyssinians kittens are very lithe looking cats that boast a wild look about them. They are muscular, athletic and medium in size with well-balanced bodies and beautifully ticked, close-lying coats. Their heads boast being nicely contoured which is especially noticeable from a cat’s brow to the top of their heads showing a good width between the ears. Their heads are rather wedged shaped and muzzles are slightly rounded. Males have fuller cheeks than their female counterparts. Abys have a slight nose break, but the nose to the chin is straight.

Ears are large, nicely cupped and set well apart on the head being furry on the inside edges and with distinct tufts on the tips. Their eyes are almond shaped and set well apart with Abys boasting an intelligent, expressive look in them. Their eyes can be a deep shade of green, hazel or amber. They have elegant necks that arch from the top of a cat’s head to their shoulders. Abys have muscular, lithe bodies with nice straight backs and nicely rounded ribcages. They have elegant, slender legs that are nicely in proportion with the body which adds to their overall well-balanced appearance. Feet are oval in shape and small in size. Tails are long being thicker at the base before tapering to the tip.

When it comes to their coat, Abyssinians kittens boast having a fine, short, dense close lying coat with distinctive ticking that ends up with cats having a minimum four bands of colour in their coats with the roots being the same colour as the base hair. The last band being the ticking colour. Their all-important markings should always go from the inner edge of a cat’s eye to the top of their heads as well as from the outer edge of their eyes to the edge of their ears. The hair found around a cat’s eyes should be pale in colour, whereas the outer edge should be that much darker. The back of a cat’s ears is darker at the tips, but a brighter colour at the base.

Chins, lips and nostrils match the colour of a cat’s base hair or they can be cream, but never white. Abys should have a line of ticking colour running the full length of the back of their heads right along their spines and tails, but which ends up being a solid colour at the tip of the tail. Rhis same colour should go well up a cat’s hock. Cats can have a nicely broken “necklet” or a slight amount of barring on their legs which are acceptable under their GCCF breed standard.

Abyssinians kittens now come in a variety of colours which are as follows:

  • Usual
  • Sorrel
  • Blue
  • Chocolate
  • Lilac
  • Fawn
  • Red
  • Cream
  • Usual Silver
  • Sorrel Silver
  • Blue Silver
  • Chocolate Silver
  • Lilac Silver
  • Fawn Silver
  • Red Silver
  • Cream Silver
  • Tortie Abyssinian
  • Usual Tortie
  • Sorrel Tortie
  • Blue Tortie
  • Chocolate Tortie
  • Lilac Tortie
  • Fawn Tortie
  • Tortie Silver
  • Sorrel Tortie Silver
  • Blue Tortie Silver
  • Chocolate Tortie Silver
  • Lilac Tortie Silver
  • Fawn Tortie Silver


Abyssinians kittens are known and loved for being interested in everything that goes on around them. They are extremely intelligent, but they boast quite an independent side to their natures. If allowed, Abyssinian kittens  would spend as much time exploring the great outdoors as they can. With this said, they are also very affectionate and love nothing more than being with their owners. One of their favourite pass times is head butting people they love as a way of showing their feelings.

Abys are pretty quiet by nature, but they are renowned for having a rather unique “voice” which is more of a “trill” than a meow. They are quick to learn new things and once they have bonded with someone, they remain loyal and faithful to them loving nothing more than playing interactive games whenever they can which includes things like “fetch”. However, these lovely natured cats also have a bit of a stubborn streak and it would be very hard indeed to get an Abyssinian to do something they did not want to do.

Finally many Abys love to follow an owner from room to room, while others show the more independent side to their natures, preferring to be outside exploring their environment for hours on end. With this in mind, it’s important that any Abyssinian that’s not allowed to go outside to be given lots of toys and things to do when they are left on their own. This has to include things like scratching posts, high platforms from where they can look down on the world below bearing in mind that Abyssinian kittens  really like being able to get up high so they have a good vantage point. They have lots of energy preferring to play games rather than sit on an owner’s lap, unless they are tired that is, and then they are usually quite happy to curl up next to their owners.