Abyssinian kittens for sale

Abyssinian AM James Abyssinian AM James
  • New
Abyssinian
Price $2,200
Abyssinian NOV Cuper Abyssinian NOV Cuper
Abyssinian
Price $2,100
Abyssinian Alva Urban Abyssinian Alva Urban
Abyssinian
Price $2,200
Abyssinian EZS Kent Abyssinian EZS Kent
Abyssinian
Price $2,600
Abyssinian AM 2.27c Abyssinian AM 2.27c
Abyssinian
Price $2,300
Abyssinian AM 2.27b Abyssinian AM 2.27b
Abyssinian
Price $2,300
Abyssinian AM 2.27a Abyssinian AM 2.27a
Abyssinian
Price $2,300
Abyssinian Alva Bucks Abyssinian Alva Bucks
Abyssinian
Price $2,200
Abyssinian Alva Venice Abyssinian Alva Venice
Abyssinian
Price $2,400
Abyssinian Alva Quant Abyssinian Alva Quant
Abyssinian
Price $2,100
Abyssinian Alva Cooper Abyssinian Alva Cooper
Abyssinian
Price $2,400
Abyssinian M Leon Abyssinian M Leon
Abyssinian
Price $2,300
Abyssinian M Lexus Abyssinian M Lexus
Abyssinian
Price $2,300
Abyssinian M Klavdiya Abyssinian M Klavdiya
Abyssinian
Price $2,300
Abyssinian M Kuzma Abyssinian M Kuzma
Abyssinian
Price $2,300
Somali Alva Christina Somali Alva Christina
Abyssinian
Price $2,500
Somali Alva Centurion Somali Alva Centurion
Abyssinian
Price $2,500
Somali Alva Atos Somali Alva Atos
Abyssinian
Price $2,500
Somali Alva Kiwi Somali Alva Kiwi
Abyssinian
Price $2,500

Abyssinian cats are one of the oldest known cat breeds. According to legend, Abyssinian cats are descendants of ancient Egyptian cats, which were worshipped in temples. This breed became most popular in the late XIX century, Abyssinian kittens began to be brought for sale in England from the colony of Abyssinia in North Africa, hence their name.

Abyssinians are known for their unique features and distinctive appearance. They have a lean, slender body with a wedge-shaped head and large, expressive almond-shaped eyes that give them a sly squint. This breed has a short coat, thick and decorated with "agouti" stripes that give the kitten the appearance of a wild cat.

The rarest Abyssinian kittens have pronounced contrasting shades of fur. They have a rich ruddy coat in a color range from burnt sienna to dark red with dark lines. Protruding ears with small tassels give the kittens an exotic appeal. This breed is very athletic and agile. 

The Abyssinian breed, often called the Abi, combines charm and elegance. They are the feline embodiment of grace.

If we talk about the character of these cats we can say that they are very active, so you will need to provide them with a specialised place for climbing and jumping. By nature these cats are very active and curious, so be prepared for your kitten to be everywhere!

Abyssinians are very attached to their home, so if you are often away from home for long periods of time, you may want to consider another breed. They don't tolerate the cold very well. 


Although Abyssinians are adorable in every way, there are some things to keep in mind:

Because of their active nature, adult cats can be prone to injury although this is extremely rare. Keep a balanced diet. For the normal development of the kitten, buy high quality food, and do not skimp on their nutrition.


Such active cats are best occupied with puzzle toys to satisfy their natural curiosity and hunter instincts.


Abyssinians shed, but their short coat makes grooming relatively easy. Regular brushing will help minimise the amount of fluffy hair in your home.


The Abyssinian kitty is a stunning combination of beauty, playfulness and affection. Your children will always have someone to play with!