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What is my Shalom?

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He is probably a typical malaysian cat.   I had read as late as yesterday the cats living in East Asia island countries are of the "foreign"  type, or  if you want, Orientale look alike.

 

Which he seems to be.   I was going to ask which country you are living in - and saw you are from Malaysia.  Bingo!

 

The color is red, or ginger as some say.  He is a tabby too, but all red cats are tabbys, so it really doesnt count.

You CAN say red tabby, nothing wrong with it, but you doesnt need.

 

Take well care of  Peace, he is still pretty young.

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Thx stefanz
Ya im from malaysia. He is still 1 mth old. Was a stray 1 week ago. Send for de wormed alrd.
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Originally Posted by StefanZ View Post

He is probably a typical malaysian cat.   I had read as late as yesterday the cats living in East Asia island countries are of the "foreign"  type, or  if you want, Orientale look alike.

Which he seems to be.   I was going to ask which country you are living in - and saw you are from Malaysia.  Bingo!

The color is red, or ginger as some say.  He is a tabby too, but all red cats are tabbys, so it really doesnt count.
You CAN say red tabby, nothing wrong with it, but you doesnt need.

Take well care of  Peace, he is still pretty young.
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Thx stefanz
Ya im from malaysia. He is still 1 mth old. Was a stray 1 week ago. Send for de wormed alrd.


A very good age to socialize such a one born as homeless little orphan.  You wont have any problems with him and his socialization.

I saw you have a tread on him also in our   Pregnant and Kittens forum, so we shall continue our discussion Re the best care and the deworming, etc...

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