Longhaired Russian Blue
The Nebelung (pronounced as Nay-bel-ung) is a rarely found domestic cat, attaining its name from the German word Nebel, meaning ‘mist’ or ‘fog’ which perfectly describes its silky blue semi-long coat blended with a silvery hue at the tips. This feline breed has a long body stature along with green or yellowish-green eyes, pointed ears, triangular-shaped pointed head and a soft, fine, silky coat.
Nebelung cats are lively, playful, affectionate, good-natured, and intelligent. The cat's mild-mannered state and personality may not always reflect the relatively high level of intelligence often found in the breed. In spite of the fact that it is an active cat, it can live very well indoors. Nebelungs prefer their own families and often keep a distance from strangers. They tend to bond with a select few humans and stay loving and devoted throughout their lives. It is, however, a cat that gladly accepts company of its people or of another cat. Nebelungs are very good communicators and will remind their owners of problems. This happens often since Nebelungs can be very picky about things such as litter cleanliness and food type. Many owners of the Nebelung cats say that they can act more like dogs at times, being extremely loyal to their owner and family. It enjoys sitting in a lap and being petted and will follow its favorite person devotedly from room to room. This is a cat that likes routine and may require a little time to adjust to changes in the household. Early socialization can help it become more adaptable.
|Weight||Male: 8 - 11 poundsFemale: 7 - 9 pounds|
|Good In Apartments||
|Good With Children||
Good With Others: It is usually good with adults, children (6+), and seniors and can be affectionate towards them.
|Good With Dogs||
|Good With Cats||
Moderate Maintenance: Regular grooming is advised to keep its coat in good shape. It stimulates circulation, massages the skin, and removes debris and loose hair. Frequency should be twice a week.
Low Vocalization: It is known to be quiet. Therefore, owners shouldn't be concerned of excessive and undesirable crying or meowing, especially at night.