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Rising Dragon NYC
(212) 255-8288
230 W 23Rd St
New York, NY
 
Cassioppia
(212) 979-9652
38 West 8Th Street
Ny, NY
 
TemptU
(212) 675-4000
26 West 17Th St
New York, NY
 
Rising Dragon Graphics
(212) 255-8288
230 West 23Rd St.
New York, NY
Hours
Monday-Thursday: 1-9 pm/Friday 1-10 pm/Saturday 1-11 pm/Sunday 2-10 pm

Studio 28 Tattoos
(646) 370-6509
108 West 28Th St 3Rd Floor
Manhattan, NY
 
Studio 28 Tattoos
(646) 370-6509
108 W 28th St 3rd Floor
New York, NY
 
Triple X Tattoo
(212) 736-3001
46 W 36th St
New York, NY
 
Last Rites
(212) 529-0666
511 W 33rd St Fl 3
New York, NY
 
Cutting Edge Body Arts
(212) 253-9898
31 W 8Th St Apt 2
New York, NY
 
Tattoo Removal Center
(212) 358-7500
161 Madison Ave Fl 11
New York, NY
 

Abyssinian Cat tattoos

Abyssinian Cat Tattoos - The Abyssinian is a breed of domesticated cat with a distinctive ticked coat. There are many stories about its origins, often revolving around Egypt, but the actual origins are uncertain. The Abyssinian has become one of the most popular breeds of shorthair cat in the USA.

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Abyssinians are extrovert, willful and intelligent, but are usually not "lap cats", being too preoccupied with exploring and playing as they would in their natural habitat. Although very popular among breeders and owners, Abyssinians are not often shown, because of their shyness towards strangers and their timid nature. They have quiet, engaging voices that can often be misleading.

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Abyssinian Cat Inspiration Gallery - Click here to get inspired! "Abys", as they are affectionately referred to by their fans, need a great deal of contact with the family to keep them happy and can get depressed without daily activity and attention. They generally get along well with other cats, although they need their space and the females can sometimes be irritable around other cats. Abyssinians are known for their curiosity and enjoy exploring their surroundings, including heights. They are sensible cats that do not take unnecessary risks. As one might expect from such an intelligent and physically capable breed, Abyssinians are known to be formidable hunters.

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