• Feb 6, 2020

to Look after manchkina not so difficult as can seem. They do not demand any special leaving. However maintenance and leaving for manchkiny nevertheless have features which need to be considered.
 the Cat of breed манчкин a photo
On a photo: Cat of breed манчкин

Care of wool of a manchkin assumes comb-out (once a week). Short-haired manchkin comb by means of a slicker brush, then — a crest and a massage brush, and then smooth a hair hands. For gloss it is possible to wipe a hair with suede or silk. The long-haired manchkin is combed by means of a rare crest in the beginning and if necessary untangle koltuna, and then already — according to the same scheme, as with short-haired cats.

Bathe manchkin only in case of need. It is better to choose the shampoo corresponding to type of hair of cat.

of an Eye of a manchkin needs to be wiped regularly. Teeth to a cat are brushed a minimum once a month. Ears regularly look round and if necessary are cleaned. If necessary cut a manchkina claws by means of the special nail clipper.
the Number of feedings of a manchkin depends on age of a cat.

Age of a manchkin
the Number of feedings in day
Up to 4 months
of 4 - 12 months
3 - 4
12 months Are more senior than
2 - 3
the Diet for a kitten of a manchkin has to consist from:
  • Meat.
  • Kashi.
  • Fermented milk products.
 kitten of breed манчкин photo
Kitten of breed манчкин
includes the Diet for an adult manchkin:
  • Meat (low-fat).
  • Fermented milk products.
  • Fish (sea: salmon, trout, etc.)
  • Grain (but not bean!)
  • Vegetables (but not potatoes!)
  • Egg yolk.
  • Offal (generally liver).
boil Meat, fish and vegetables.

Many owners prefer to feed manchkin with a dry or damp industrial feed. In this case choose a forage a premium or a superpremium class.
do not forget
that in free access there has to be clear drinking water.

are subject to such disease as лордоз. Muscles which hold a backbone weaken that causes pressure upon lungs and heart. Lordoz can have different degrees: both easy, and heavy. Kittens with a severe form of a lordoz, unfortunately, most often perish.

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