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Help to know my cat breed please

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Hmz, Aug 3, 2019.


  1. Hmz

    Hmz PetForums Newbie

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    Hi
    i just got this cat from a friend ,, i need your help to know what breed is this cat please
    Thank You
     

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    cava14 una Anne two black and white boys and a Nortie Tortie

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    Does it have ginger on the ears and nose?
     
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    lorilu PetForums VIP

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    That is a very sick looking kitten. Please take him (her?) to the vet.

    Also, see how, in that one photo kitten is grabbing your hand? Never ever do that. You will do well to stop using your hands as a kitten plaything. Use a stuffed toy. Otherwise you are going to end up with a cat who doesn't know not to bite or scratch you.
     
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    Hmz PetForums Newbie

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    yes,,and the tail
     
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    lorilu PetForums VIP

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    Domestic Short Hair (DSH) would be the breed. Or moggy, if you prefer.
     
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    Hmz PetForums Newbie

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    she s great now ,,the red eye didn't last (1-3 days )
     
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    lorilu PetForums VIP

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    Not just her eyes (which should be examined by a vet anyway) but..you see how she's all hunched up in some of those pictures? That pose means either pain or feeling very sick in some other way.

    Even if she is doing better now, every new kitten should have a vet check up right away. She will need to be spayed of course and, have her kitten series vaccinations, tested for disease, and wormed.

    Congratulations to you both and I hope you have a long happy life together. (to help that along be sure to feed her a good quality WET diet :) )
     
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    Hmz PetForums Newbie

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    Thank You ^^
     
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    Looks a very poorly moggy, as @lorilu says get her to the vet for a check up, flea, worms, vaccines and neutering.
     
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    No breed (they come from registered breeders with paperwork), red point, ear furnishings look long hair. Has she a fluffy tail?

    As said she doesn’t look well and it’s a shame your friend rehomed her in that state, are you in the U.K. or a country with less vet options for cats?
     
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