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post #151 of 1218

This is my boy. He was a feral cat but I'd love to know what kind he is or at least something

post #152 of 1218

He's very sweet and a domestic shorthair.  Pattern is tabby & white.  Probably no pedigree of any kind in him, in the UK we call these moggies.

post #153 of 1218
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Originally Posted by OrientalSlave View Post

He's very sweet and a domestic shorthair.  Pattern is tabby & white.  Probably no pedigree of any kind in him, in the UK we call these moggies.

 

Agree.  Looks to be a Mackeral tabby pattern from what little I can see of his side. 

post #154 of 1218

Before I gave him a trim.  ~1 yr old, male.

 

Tall ears, long snout.

 

 

Round eyes.

 

 

Thank you.

post #155 of 1218
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Before I gave him a trim. ~1 yr old, male. Tall ears, long snout. Round eyes. Thank you.

Red & white bicolour domestic. And cats don't have snouts
post #156 of 1218

Haha, thank you. You replied too fast. I was going to edit that.

post #157 of 1218

Luna, possibly somewhat a look alike a Norvegian Forest Cat.   A skoogie, like we say in Sweden.

 

Welcome to our Forums!

 

Look alike, as he must be counted as domestic, unless you have papers (pedigree-certificate) or at very least good proofs of such an ancestry.

 

Good luck!

post #158 of 1218

i know shes nothing fancy..but everyone was posting pics so i wanted to be a proud mama and show my baby off too! lol. my little demon child, kush. 12 weeks old, taken yesterday. her mama was a stray and we found her and her 3 brothers at 2 weeks outside. =P

 

 

post #159 of 1218

Any ideas what breed she is?

post #160 of 1218

Non-pedigree.   Moggie.  Domestic short-hair I think, but she might turn out to be a fluffy cat as she has a lot of ear furnishings.

 

Looks like she might be a tortie-tabby.  Does she have a mix of pink & black pads on that left fore-foot?

post #161 of 1218

Ear furnishings, hint of a ruff and the little bit of tail seem to suggest a long hair. Can't tell if it's a brown tabby or tortie tabby, but a moggie either way. 

post #162 of 1218
Whats the opinions on whether kush will be spotted or striped? It seems to differ daily/in different lights
post #163 of 1218
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Whats the opinions on whether kush will be spotted or striped? It seems to differ daily/in different lights

Looks like broken mackeral tabby rather than spotted
post #164 of 1218

im not sure what breed my cat is... can you please tell me. Here are some pics of her...

 

What i also realized, and I'm not sure if this is relevant to her type of breed, but the tip of her tail changed to the color gray when we moved to another country. i just thought that was really weird!

All i know is that she is a long haired cat and is very lovable!

 

 

 

post #165 of 1218

No breed, she's a domestic longhair. Black tortie is her colour.

post #166 of 1218

Here's my baby. She's definitely a pound kitty, but does anyone think she might have some breed-specific traits? I've always thought she might have some Maine Coon in her, as she's a big cat (11 lbs and not fat) and has very fuzzy toes. She also gets very floppy when I pick her up, and she has a little tiny kitten voice, even though she's 12.

 

 

post #167 of 1218

Maine Coons were a natural breed, so you can get domestics without any pedigree MC in their blood.

post #168 of 1218

This is 1 y/o Zero. About a year ago I had gotten her free, from a pet store. 

I have 2 other cats that are much bigger, and less sleek.

post #169 of 1218

Zero is a black domestic shorthair, no breed. Domestics comes in all shapes, sizes and fur textures. 

post #170 of 1218

 

 

hello 

these are my 2 boys jesus and rio, both very much the same markings just rio has black patches and jesus ginger and black sort of tabby colours what breed are they 

 

thanks

post #171 of 1218
Hi there Dani wavey.gif

They are both domestic shorthairs, which is just a fancy way of saying no breed. Cats aren't like dogs, where there's generally a breed you can see that they are. More than 90% of cats are no breed.

As for coloring, I'm not a color expert, but I think the top kitten (Jesus) is called tabby and white, and the bottom kitten (Rio) is black and white bicolor.

I believe their pattern is called the Van pattern.
post #172 of 1218

 

 

 


This is my cat, Ava. I got her from a shelter a year and a half ago. She was the last of a litter of four and the mother. The shelter worker who suggested her to me said she was identical to the mother and three siblings, but no one was certain what breed she was. Most of the research I've done concludes that she is a Maine Coon, but of course I don't have papers so I can't prove it. She'll be 2 in April and already 12 lbs and pretty long when she stretches out to sleep on the floor. About two and a half to three feet long from nose to tail if I were to guess. She's really good around people and love perching on the recliner, generally sleeping across the top of it. Loves being outside and is usually a mama's girl. Lots of personality and a strong opinion that she tends to share with others. 

post #173 of 1218

Pretty domestic long hair, no breed. Maine Coons began as a naturally occurring breed so you can get domestics with MC traits without there being any pedigree blood in them. 

post #174 of 1218

Is she a tortie smoke (with white) or are the pics fooling me?

post #175 of 1218

MissusMadness, your cat has perhaps some look alike of Norvegian Forest cat, NFC. Although their noses are typically a little more triangular, but still, there is some "smell".

 

Beautiful cat.

 

Good luck!

post #176 of 1218

His Name is Bixler, I love him and his stepbrother Odin a Tubby Tuxedo who thinks is a dog. And he is 6 yrs old and my family and me have never been able to pin point a specific breed of him mainly because his blue eyes and striped tail are from what we were told common in domestic cats also the pointy hairs on his little pointy hairs on the top of his ears are strange. we would just would like to know about his breed if any so we could find out if he would need any specific care for these two males are a big importance in our family especially because they are my two sons?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Odin-stepbrother (no relation) and Bixler oldest

post #177 of 1218
Hi there wavey.gif

Your boys are beautiful! heartpump.gif

But they are no specific breed, just like 95% of the cats in the world. Their breed is called domestic shorthair, which is just a fancy way of saying mutt. biggrin.gif Most of us here have DSHs!

I'm not sure what Bixler's coloring is called. I want to say lynx point, but I'll leave it to the breeders here to come along and tell you the right word.

Odin's coloring is officially called black and white bicolor, also known as tuxedo in the United States. smile.gif
post #178 of 1218

Bixler is a seal tabby point bicolor (or a seal lynx point bicolor in US?) domestic shorthair. He has very sweet expression.smile.gif Odin is black bicolor domestic shorthair.

post #179 of 1218
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Bixler is a seal tabby point bicolor (or a seal lynx point bicolor in US?) 

 

Yes, Lynx point in the US, tabby point everywhere else. Pretty cat smile.gif

post #180 of 1218

I am wondering what is the closest breed of our kitty 

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