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post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 
I just recieved a new kitty her original thread is in the "feral, wild threads" Anyways what would her coloration be considered ? Calico??





Mandie
post #2 of 19
That's a tortoiseshell, she looks just like my RB kitty squeak.
post #3 of 19
Tortie.......................
post #4 of 19
She is a Tortie and looks a lot like my Patches did.
post #5 of 19
She is a gorgeous Tortie!
post #6 of 19
A lovely tortie
My Spaz used to be that color, but got more red with age
post #7 of 19
Beautiful long-haired tortiseshell, or tortie.
post #8 of 19
You don't need it confirmed one more time, but I will -- Tortie -- and a lovely one!
post #9 of 19
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She is a gorgeous Tortie!

Yep! Gorgeous!!
post #10 of 19
Beautiful tortie. Very beautiful.
post #11 of 19
Thread Starter 
TY I thought so but I wasnt sure b/c she only has 2 colors. *still learning*
post #12 of 19
She is very pretty!
post #13 of 19
are all tortoiseshell cats chubby and a bit fat

i prefer chubby cats, skinny cats arent as fun to stroke
post #14 of 19
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That's a tortoiseshell, she looks just like my RB kitty squeak.
i agree - coloration is identical to my RB cat Medley [she was a shorthair, tho].
post #15 of 19
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are all tortoiseshell cats chubby and a bit fat

i prefer chubby cats, skinny cats arent as fun to stroke
Nope, my Ginger is nothing but fur and bones - she eats like a bird, no matter how I try to fatten her up!

Weight has nothing to do with coloring, and torties (or patched tabbies) aren't a breed, just a coloration.
post #16 of 19
what cat breeds are chubby

maybe i prefer longhair cats , and not chubby cats ?? I cant feel the difference when im stroking a cat
post #17 of 19
That's one gorgeous tortie girl
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what cat breeds are chubby
It's what they eat that makes them chubby. Rosie and Sophie are like that and that's why i make sure they get some exercise with the laser pen to keep them as they are
post #18 of 19
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what cat breeds are chubby

maybe i prefer longhair cats , and not chubby cats ?? I cant feel the difference when im stroking a cat
I like "larger" cats.... I don't like the feel of bones..... by the sounds of things, you may feel similiar.

Look into Ragdolls, Maine Coons for large cats...... check out the mixed cats, my first kitty Gysmo was a former barn kitten.... He was a big boy with long fur.... quite solid, and his only fat was the droop from his neuter.
post #19 of 19
whats a longhair cat then ??

can a longhair cat be skinny ?
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