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post #31 of 38
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I will ask for your advice if she decides on a Oci.
She will think about it for a while.
She is leaning more towards a Bengal right now.
Her bf does not like the spotted cats lol.
bad_kitty2001: he thinks spots and stripes and too typical
bad_kitty2001: like an alley cat

bad_kitty2001: i think bengals are more exotic.
mews2much: i see
mews2much: what you like better
bad_kitty2001: i think bengal.
That was part of the im.
I would take her to ct shows so see can see the difference in person but she works unil 4:30.

She found one of your old posts comparing the differences between a Bengal and a Oci.
http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=125421
post #32 of 38
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Originally Posted by rockstarkitties View Post
I am guilty here, but my ragdoll sheds very little. I agree that the energy level of the cat is also very important.Mine is of course more laid back.....
I have 2 ragdolls - one sheds very little, almost nothing (Lucky), and the other, Bugsy, sheds a ton!!
post #33 of 38
You have to really see both Bengal and Oci in person. No one has told me yet "oh that looks like my cat at home"....when they have a tabby. Spotted tabbies are not real common among the mixed breed tabby cats.....
post #34 of 38
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I have seen both Bengals and Oci's in person.
There are a lot of Bengals that go to my vet and I have been there when they came in.
The Oci's I see at the cat shows.
She likes the white bengals the best.
She was sending me so many websites to look at last night.
I told her do not send sites just because they are in California.
post #35 of 38
If she's after a Bengal, why not ask Nial who he'd recommend? So you know it's a good breeder.
post #36 of 38
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I was going to suggest that to my sister.
He got me a good breeder with Cleo.
post #37 of 38
One of his cats would be gorgeous! Good choice if so!
p.s. thanks, I cleared PM's
post #38 of 38
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I tried to get people to join your group.
Would you like to join the new sphynx group?
One of the sphynx breeders made it.
I will pm you later.
My sister will buy a house before she gets another cat so she has time.
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