The Napoleon is also known as the Minuet Cat, and the breed’s name is a reference to Napoleon Bonaparte because of its short stature. These cats are great for indoor living. They are not too vocal nor demanding. They have a sweet and affectionate nature. Their mellow personality makes them perfect to live with other pets and playful, especially with children.
Common Health Conditions
- Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic disease characterized by loss of the smooth cartilage that covers and protects the end of the bones in a movable joint. This can lead to discomfort and inflammation, especially in Napoleons.
- Support your Napoleon’s general health and wellbeing, with a daily supplement for vitality.
- Napoleons are susceptible to skin issues, especially allergies (which cause itchy skin and often lead to pyoderma) and seborrhea.