Hi all, I recently adopted a cat from a registered breeder who had taken on this cat as a favour to rehome him. I was told that he was 3 years old, a blue golden British Shorthair and that he was likely a pedigree but no papers were available for him as they had got lost when he was given up for adoption. We love him very much and wouldn’t give him up for the world! However we’ve noticed that he doesn’t look like the classic British shorthair and are curious to see what people think he is. For example, his fur isn’t very dense at all - there is a fluffy thin undercoat, but it’s not that thick, plush, velvety feeling to it. He does have the jowl-ey face which makes me think he’s a British Shorthair - I think it’s his fur that’s making me think otherwise. Is it possible to get British Shorthairs without a thick, dense coat? He’s affectionate, but also prone to play biting, and I’ve read that British Shorthairs tend to be very relaxed and gentle. Is this because maybe he’s a mixed breed and he’s inherited this behaviour? I’ve attached pics for reference!