Originally Posted by Carolina_Man
My name is Carolina_Man and this is my first time here. I have a question about genetics. I have a female cat who is all golden-yellow and her mother was white with golden-yellow spot on her. I don't know what kind of cat she is. I am thinking about breeding the all yellow cat with a grey- black cat. What could happen if I breed them.
firstly please could you send me a photo of your cat to my hotmail firstname.lastname@example.org
, what ever you do don't breed with another breed of cat you will end up with 'moggies' a common term for backyard breeding. If you want to breed her it is a good idea to find out what she is and breed with the same. There are thousands of kittens that are not wanted every year due to accidents and cross breeds you could end up with all sorts of colours yes i agree and some of them very pretty but can you find a litter of 15 a good home????? probably not. I'm not being rude i'm a trained vet and i may be able to help with more info of your furry friend.
i'd be very upset to find out that you have bred them without some advise.