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Take a look at this kitty!

post #1 of 13
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This poor thing came in as a stray, maybe 5 lbs, matted, full of poop, dehydrated - I didn't think she'd live. It's been a month now, look at how bad she still looks - but man - this is a thousand times better than the day she arrived. She acts pretty semi-feral to me - shys away from people, slinks along the ground, seeking out corners or places to hide.

Anyways - what do you call this color pattern?

Everyone keeps asking if she's a "Ragdoll". I keep telling them no - she's a gorgeous DLH - but I can't think of the name for her color pattern.

And these photos do not even begin to do her eyes justice!! You may note an odd glimmer on her right eye - she has a cloudy spot there.







post #2 of 13
She is a very pretty girl!
post #3 of 13
Poor baby! She's a cutie!
post #4 of 13
I do think she has some ragdoll on her... Her face doesn't really show though... As far as her color, Mink Calico Color point??
Or Seal Tortie Point Bicolor...
post #5 of 13
She is very pretty!!!!
post #6 of 13
Tortie of some kind?

Torties come in different colours. Chocolate tortie, lilac tortie etc. She looks to have 3 colours.
post #7 of 13
Propably seal tortie point (with white?). Very beautiful!
post #8 of 13
I'd say Seal Tortie point and white mitted.
post #9 of 13
She's GORGEOUS!! Aww, bless you for saving her life!
post #10 of 13
She's very pretty. Give her a month or two more to re-coup and you have a HHP class show cat in the making.

I know that's most likely the last thing this girl wants is to be displayed at a show, but she's got the look. Fatten her up a bit more and some new lucky owner will have show potential kitty to be very proud of.
post #11 of 13
A very striking Tortie Point longhair. When she gets all fixed up with a nice coat - she would make a very good show prospect
post #12 of 13
Thread Starter 
OK - someone want a shy, slightly older, rough around the edges looking kitty to turn into a show cat?
post #13 of 13
Hubby won't let me get another Oci (lavender-silver) so he won't let me have her. And besides - I have better luck showing males - not females. She still would make a good show prospect in my book
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