All I'm asking for are some old, fat, lazy tabby cats!
Seriously, though, these kittens have spots and they have them on their tummies, just like the Egyptian Maus. Their Mom cat looks like she's a broken-spotted tabby.
I saw the pics that you posted of your feral cats, Hissy, and I can't believe how beautiful they are! The gray one looks a lot like my lost Mysty cat. With all the wooded area surrounding me, I have never yet seen an adult feral cat, but the kids in the neighborhood can attest to that "big fat black cat," that was seen with Mysty. Is it possible that Mysty could have joined a feral colony out in the woods somewhere? He did start life as a feral kitten until we found him under our backporch and we more or less tamed him. Even after that, Mysty always wanted to go outdoors.