Abyssinian cat

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Abyssinian cat

a shorthaired breed of domestic cat with yellow or green eyes and a characteristic coat that results from the double or triple bars of pigmentation (agouti ticking) on individual hairs giving an appearance similar to that of a hare. The breed is affected by amyloidosis and retinal atrophy.
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