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post #31 of 42
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Originally Posted by MamaSquishy
Adult cats are easy to tell. But, I have problems with kittens. Like right now, maybe Jonah is still too little to tell, I am not sure if he has a slit or a circle...LOL that was how I was told to tell.
lol, exactly! And there just a very slight bulge on either side if it's a boy...which can be confusing if you've never had a cat before. Heck, it's probably confusing even if you HAVE had a cat before.
post #32 of 42
first kitten was sexed as a girl by my friend(who had kittens ALL the time so no idea how she messed that up lol) I didnt look and brought her! ha ha Since then I have personally looked and sexed every kitten/cat right ;P RJ
post #33 of 42
KC was a girl for the first couple of weeks we had him- er, her. Her name was Suzy Q! Isn't that cute? We took her to the vet for a first checkup and she came out a he.

Sherm was a boy when we adopted him and will always be a playful, rambunctious little boy.
post #34 of 42
When I got Maxie, I thought that I was buying a male Ragdoll. The breeder said she was a male & I named her Maximus. After I brought her home & had a good look, I suspected that she was a female, but I figured... nah, the breeder must right.

Well, she was wrong, the vet confirmed that Maximus was a girl... so I changed the name to Maxie! The breeder was very shocked about the mistake & offered to trade her for a male. After having her for 2 days, there was no way that I was going to trade her in... I was in love with my Maxie Girl!
post #35 of 42
Well, I thought Jonah was a boy, but, I am beginning to think otherwise..........Atleast the name means to live and it might can be either or........
post #36 of 42
Okay,

Now i am really worried Roxie is a boy!

I have NO idea how they look different at this age!!

Would someone mind posting pictures of 7 week old kitten butts and tell me if they are a boy or a girl so I can check Roxie!

We had her at the vet, but that was for a cold, not to check her sex! lol

Thanks!
post #37 of 42
Okay,

just to be safe....


Here's Roxie in all her glory!





I appologize that they are not clearer, she didn't fancy having that end of her photographed very well and wouldn't hold still.



Is she a boy or a girl??

I think she is a girl, cause she is a calico, but then I was told she ISN"T a calico but a torbie. So, can only females be torbies??
post #38 of 42
When we got Suzy and Sam, it was my SIL who had contact with the woman who had the litter of kittens. She asked her to keep a boy and a girl for us. We never thought to look, and brought home Suzy and Samuel. A few days later we took them to the vet for checkup and shots and what not. The vet examined Suzy, while I played with Samuel. Then she turned Suzy over to her Daddy, and began to examine Samuel. She lifted the little tail, and said, "Um, Samuel? I don't think so," grabbed Sooz by the tail, turned them both around and said, "See? The same!" So, Samuel became Samantha.
post #39 of 42
My husband got me a kitten once, the people that brought her over told us "she" was a girl and we took their word for it and didn't think anything about it.

We named "her" Chloe. It wasn't until my husband took "her" to the vet to get 'spayed' that we found out "she" was a "he"!!! my husband was a little embarrassed

I was so hooked on the name Chloe - so we kept it and all of her life I continued to refer to her as "her" and "she" and "girl" etc.
post #40 of 42
One of my ferals first came around as a little ginger and white kitty who I named Little Jenn (short for Ginger). Not so long after, when I was able to get closer with a nice view from behind the pretty girl, Little Jenn became Little Gem! He's a cute little boy!
post #41 of 42
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Originally Posted by Yarra
Okay,

just to be safe....


Here's Roxie in all her glory!





I appologize that they are not clearer, she didn't fancy having that end of her photographed very well and wouldn't hold still.



Is she a boy or a girl??

I think she is a girl, cause she is a calico, but then I was told she ISN"T a calico but a torbie. So, can only females be torbies??
to me it looks clearly female
post #42 of 42
Oh the indignities our kitties must go through when we have a camera in our hands!! I'd say most definitely that is a girl! I asked Jerry to look and give his opinion and he just let his draw drop and said, I hope you don't post pics of our kids like that on there!! (btw, he thinks it's a girl too)
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