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What breeds could be in my kitten?

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Lunaakita93, Oct 10, 2018.


  1. Lunaakita93

    Lunaakita93 PetForums Newbie

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    Hi,

    I know without papers she is a moggie but I was wondering if you think she resembles any breeds.
    It’s really just curiosity and for fun, I love her just as she is.

    I brought her home this week and she is 14 weeks, she came in very confidently and has been very affectionate from the start (definitely not a shy cat)
     

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  2. mrs phas

    mrs phas my home, my sofa, my rules

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    Quite obviously this kitten is part Panda

    She is beautiful

    I have to stop looking at kitten pictures, otherwise I might be tempted to the dark side of pet owning :D
     
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  4. Lunaakita93

    Lunaakita93 PetForums Newbie

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    Yes a snowshoe was the only breed I thought she looked similar to.
    What would her colour be classed as?
     
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  7. Lunaakita93

    Lunaakita93 PetForums Newbie

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    No she was found with 3 siblings under a shed, there was no sign of mum. They apparently laid traps out but no adult cat was seen. All siblings had similar markings but one was more red in colour and the other more blue. She, as you can see is cream with brown markings

    @Psygon
     
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    Seal-point bicolour. There are quite a few pointed breeds, she doesn't look particularly like a Siamese kitten. Once a pointed male has impregnated the females in an area pointed kittens will keep popping up from his grand-kits onwards, as the gene has to be inherited from both parents.
     
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    Oh isn’t she just beautiful! No idea on what mix she is tho! Part Panda bear? Lol ❤️
     
  10. Sacremist

    Sacremist Mum to 2 cats and a dog

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    I have no idea, but she’s a gorgeous little sweet pea.

    Lol to part panda.
     
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    @Lunaakita93: Gorgeous, very cheeky looking tho'!! Were the rest of the litter similar, and what colour was her mother?

    ETA: Sorry, just saw your post above answering these questions.
     
  12. Lunaakita93

    Lunaakita93 PetForums Newbie

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    I’m thinking of calling her panda lol but not sure it suits a girl cat.
     
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    How about Sue (the panda from Sooty and Sweep - showing my age now, lol!)
    Or Tian Tian (name of the female panda at Edinburgh Zoo - it means "Sweetie").
    She's very cute :)
     
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    Sacremist Mum to 2 cats and a dog

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    Pandora with Panda for short.
     
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    Lunaakita93 PetForums Newbie

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    I was also looking for some info on introducing her to my other cat so I put a post up in the cat training/behaviours category but I have not have any reply’s. Is there a better category to ask this in?
     
  16. mrs phas

    mrs phas my home, my sofa, my rules

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    issi noho
    and if anyone recognises the significance of that name, then youre at least as old as me
     
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  17. Lunaakita93

    Lunaakita93 PetForums Newbie

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    @mrs phas The character is very cute but is it not a boys name?
     
  18. mrs phas

    mrs phas my home, my sofa, my rules

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    its a non gender name
    so you could just call her issi for short
     
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    She looks like a seal tortie point with white (bicolour) to me. Doesn't necessarily mean she has a breed in her, but she does have an usual colour for a moggy :)
     
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