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What breed is my cat??

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Tjola95 Tue 24-Apr-18 20:47:52

Hi everybody.

I know it’s a long shot, a very long shot, and I’m not asking for an exact answer, but I’ve akways wondered what breed my kitty could be?

If anyone is a real cat enthusiast and has all the knowledge of breeds, it would be interesting to know!
Thankyou wink

Magpie24 Tue 24-Apr-18 20:49:39

Wow, I have no idea but he is a stunner. smile

Wolfiefan Tue 24-Apr-18 20:50:33

Most cats are moggies. What makes you think your cat is a particular breed?

Toddlerteaplease Tue 24-Apr-18 20:52:53

We had a white cat almost identical to him. He was absolutely stunning. Never worked out what breed he was as he was from the CPL.

Madbengalmum Tue 24-Apr-18 20:53:00

Looks like a very pretty moggie.

Tjola95 Tue 24-Apr-18 20:53:28

Thank you! She’s a girl tho haha!
She could be moggy absolutely! I’m just wondering if there’s any possibility of identifying something else, but I’ll stick with moggy lol

Elvisola Tue 24-Apr-18 20:56:11

She could have a bit of Exotic shorthair in her. She has a similar thick, fluffy coat to mine and a similar face, except mine is more flat around the nose.

Gorgeous cat though.

Wolfiefan Tue 24-Apr-18 20:56:20

She's gorgeous. With the white nose and ears do you have to apply sunscreen?

Tjola95 Tue 24-Apr-18 20:56:21

They are beautiful cats aren’t they. We rescued her from this awful place who just bred cats for cash. She probably is a moggie, but she’s so beautiful it led me to think she could have something else in her

Tjola95 Tue 24-Apr-18 20:58:59

Hehe she doesn’t roam far. We live near a busy road, so she has access to the garden, which she only sniffs about in morning time and maybe late evening. She’s very shy, doesn’t really enjoy the outdoors and only goes outdoors if she knows I’m close or outside with her! Quite the wuss really grin

NC4Now Tue 24-Apr-18 21:01:18

The big ears make me wonder if she’s got a bit of Burmese in her.
There’s plenty of moggie in there too, but she is beautiful 😍

pictish Tue 24-Apr-18 21:02:26

She’s absolutely gorgeous OP but she’s just a white cat isn’t she?

MoonlightKissed Tue 24-Apr-18 21:02:59

A vet would describe her on their records as a DSH - Domestic Short Hair.

madeyemoodysmum Tue 24-Apr-18 21:19:27

She's Very pretty.
Maybe a touch of British shorthair but it is possible to get a pure white moggie.

Tjola95 Tue 24-Apr-18 21:20:56

Ok thank you appreciate the feedback! grin I was going to do another thread but I was wondering opinions on getting your kitty vaccinated? She's already spayed but she's booked in to b vaccinated just wondering what other people do?

SandunesAndRainclouds Tue 24-Apr-18 21:22:02

She’s beautiful. Does she hear ok? (It is white cats that tend to be deaf, isn’t it??)

Wolfiefan Tue 24-Apr-18 21:26:00

And deflea.
And worm.
Why is she spayed but not vaccinated?
Also worth considering microchipping.

RhinoBlue Tue 24-Apr-18 21:32:12

Her head shape looks a little like one of my British Shorthairs. Definitely vaccinate. She is a beauty.

madeyemoodysmum Tue 24-Apr-18 21:33:23

I vaccinate my young ones but I don't bother with the 16 year old. She rarely goes out and never roams now.

Tulipvase Tue 24-Apr-18 21:37:59

I think it’s white Coat/ blue eyes that tend to be deaf. Lovely cat.

Tjola95 Tue 24-Apr-18 21:52:00

She's not deaf no, thank goodness grin
She's only 7 months.... and was spayed about a month ago, I haven't vaccinated her yet because I don't want to overwhelm her.
She's booked in tomorrow to be vaccinated and microchipped.

Tjola95 Tue 24-Apr-18 21:53:06

Fleeing and deworming goes without saying, that's done as of when required. smile

LanguidLobster Tue 24-Apr-18 21:56:04

She's lovely. Does anyone else get a touch of jealousy when they see someone else's cat?? You feel like you want them all!

Grumpyoldpersonwithcats Tue 24-Apr-18 22:06:33

She's lovely. I'm sure she is a Moggy - the best kind of cat grin.

Wolfiefan Tue 24-Apr-18 22:09:41

Deflea each month. Not OTC stuff. Advocate?
Worm? We do three monthly profender.
Not as and when.
We did the microchip when we spayed them so they were out for the count. Vaccinations should be done before they are allowed out.

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