Wednesday, July 29, 2009

What kind of breed is my cat??

here is a link to a picture of her:
what breed/breeds is/are she?
chech her out here
i think she is a ragdoll
she lokks like a ragdoll but could be a fluffy calico
Hard to tell without being able to see the eye color, body, and tail. Looks like a Maine Coon or maybe a Ragdoll mix. She has tortie coloring on her face though.
long haired calico cat.. sort of like the ones that hang around our alley
She is a tortie and white Domestic Medium Hair.
Definately a lng haired calico.My, ur cat is gorgeous!!
Those who are saying that she is a long haired calico are wrong. Calico is not a breed but a color pattern. When a pedigree is not available, the breed designation is "Domestic" Here is what the Wikipedia has to say about it: "In strict terms, a purebred cat is one whose ancestry contains only individuals of the same breed. A pedigreed cat is one whose ancestry is recorded, but may have ancestors of different breeds (almost exclusively new breeds; cat registries are very strict about which breeds can be mated together). Cats of unrecorded mixed ancestry are referred to as domestic longhairs and domestic shorthairs or commonly as random-bred, moggies, mongrels, mutt-cats or alley cats." Your cat has medium-length hair, so you would refer to your cat's breed as "medium-hair domestic"
Without a pedigree, or at least a good look at your cat's parents, it is impossible to say what breeds formed its antecedents. There are several breeds with the characteristic of medium length hair, but it is also possible to get medium hair in the offspring of a long haired cat and a short haired cat.
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