CarCat is a New Cat on the block!
Hi Draco, Apologies for my rudeness by starting introducing myself and then disappearing for a week! I was distracted by work and didn't get the time to come back to the forum. Anyway the CarCat name is one I invented rather than an actual cat and in fact I don't have a cat but we do have lots of cats round where I live in London that pass through the garden on whatever is the latest mission. Anyway, there are two new cats, I think they're related (mum and daughter?) which pass through and also very happy to use the sunny parts of the garden for a bit of a nap. They're both very friendly but a bit nervous if you move quickly or unexpectedly and they both love playing or rolling around on the flag stones.
The mum is absolutely gorgeous, has the most amazing eyes and fantastic thick silky fur and a very nice comfy well kept cat shape. I only have an image of the youngster for now which I've uploaded. Can you tell me anything about this cat from the pictures? When I see the mum next time I'll post her pictures. Anyway, I'll get a picture of the mum in due course and post that too.
I've been away for the kids' half term break but back in sunny London now. You asked about the CarCat name. Its a nickname for a product I've created comprising decal images of cats which are stuck to the rear windscreen of a car next to the wiper and the latter is used to make the cat's tail wag. The device is called a Wiperwagger and our range includes tail wagging animal and waving people wiperwaggers. Our cats include a grey/black cat and a rather bright ginger cat for now and I've uploaded an image of the grey cat as my avatar for you to see. I'd love to ask you (and any other forum members) what you think of them. I'd be grateful for any feedback you can offer, both positive and negative, about my CarCat.
Hi Catspaw66, Thanks for the feedback on the Tabby. FishynFlash suggested I post to the special forum for tabbies but I'm going to wait until I get a picture of the mother (or at least I think she is) because she is just gorgeous.
I have been unable to access TheCatSite for two weeks using Google Chrome. Not sure why but today I tried IE which works fine so I can post again. I have managed to get some fab pictures of the adult tabby so I'll put them on the tabby forum for your specialists. I assume I can post there despite being kitten status?
This is the mummy cat that I've been harping on about in my thread. Is there something in the pattern shapes and her fur thickness which makes her an unusually good-looking tabby. Are there 'patternologists' in the forum who can tell me a bit more?
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I've posted some more images including what I think is the mum or the more adult of the two tabbies that visit the garden for a plate of milk each day. Is this/are these both 'classic' pattern tabby's or something a bit more unusual. In which case what's the difference from classic tabby? I think they are just the most beautiful tabbies even if they are not too friendly even with the milk offerings . Has anyone got a potential challenger for the most gorgeous tabby pattern award?