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Coat Length:

3-5 years

1st Settlement, Cairo, Egypt








Not tested

Somewhat Reactive

Not tested

Activity Level:

Potty Training:

Medical Needs:

Needs some physical activity, Playful, Likes to chill


Special medical needs

Extra Needs:



Spayed / Neutered:

Fully vaccinated



Ready to Travel:

I Don't Know

Sahlab is a rescue. He was found in the market sick and sniffly. He is so so soft, legitimately one of the softest cats I have ever had the pleasure of petting, and has the cutest little meows. Sahlab is very very VERY affectionate, always rubbing his head and wanting pets, pets, and more pets. He will make biscuits on you, on the ground, in the air, just biscuits everywhere. He will put his paw in your hand and your face and it's so cute. He loves playing with anything string-like, especially drawstrings. He loves humans and has no fear of them at all. He isn't used to being carried or held yet. However, he isn't aggressive at all and even his bites are very playful and light.

He has a good appetite and is very healthy.
He is a bit of a fast eater so you may want to use a slow feeder.

Medical Background:
I found Sahlab on the streets, sneezing badly with mucus clogging his nose. He was very responsive to pets and calls and seemed very friendly. I took him to the vet for treatment and quarantine, he got better quickly with medication and care. Thankfully he doesn't have any chronic lung diseases, however, he has allergic rhinitis (nasal allergies) that don't impede him or affect him at all, but can be triggered by strong scents such as perfume sprayed next to him, air freshener, incense, scented cat litter, any respiratory allergy triggers in general and definitely no smoking of any kind! His rhinitis is not an issue at all to his general health, but if it becomes severe it might cause a bad cold so you'll need to keep an eye out for any discharge and excessive sneezing.
He also had two molars that were completely rotten and caused severe inflammation in his gums, however, they were extracted and the inflammation ceased. The vet also cleaned the rest of his teeth from tartar and plaque buildup.
He has a small opening in the right side of his mouth that may be a result of an old wound in a street fight, but I can't know for sure. It has healed completely and doesn't affect his eating or drinking, but the fur right on it can get a little sticky and will need cleaning every now and then.