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How can i tell what breed my cat is

How can i tell what breed my cat is



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How can i tell what breed my cat is?

I am going to take a trip to NY in a week or two and I am going to bring my 12 week old Persian cat along. I need to find out if she is a Pers, but I cant find anything that says what she is. How can i tell what breed she is, she has only been around other cats for about 3 months.

She's a kitten, and a female (she has a little bit of white around the mouth). She's also the biggest kitten I have ever owned (she's like 50 lbs), so the pictures I posted won't be close. I'll try to take some better ones with my new digital camera on the trip.

She's a kitten, and a female (she has a little bit of white around the mouth). She's also the biggest kitten I have ever owned (she's like 50 lbs), so the pictures I posted won't be close. I'll try to take some better ones with my new digital camera on the trip.

I really don't think there is a single way to tell without a DNA test. There are too many variables and you may find the answer you are looking for just by chance.

But there are a few things that will give you some clues as to breed. A really fluffy kitten that is a mix will not be a show cat so the fluffy is your clue. That does not mean that there is no chance of show potential though.

Her coat will also provide clues as to what kind of Persian she is. There are quite a few different kinds of Persians (i.e. American, British, etc).

Her coat will also provide clues as to what kind of Persian she is. There are quite a few different kinds of Persians (i.e. American, British, etc).

I think she is a mix. Her tl is somewhat fluffy, she has some hr on her feet and I never know what type of fur she has. She was an orphan so they do what they do. I don't know any of her history other than I got her as a feral kitten from our neighbor's farm.

The only thing I know about the breeder is that he breeds Persians, and I get all my kittens from him. I've been trying to ask him how he knows if his kittens will make good show cats but it hasn't gone too well yet.

If he knows and the kittens are bred to show, then they will make good show cats. If he has some and his cats are bred to show, then he needs to make a note of that too and decide what breed he will use. Good luck.

The best advice is, find another breeder. Unless you really know the personality and the temperament of the kitten, you really shouldn't have your kitten.

My sister-in-law bred 4 cats, each of which will produce kittens that are better bred for show than others. They're not all show cats, but they are all excellent show cats. The trick is to know the personality of the cat, and if the mother is going to carry her kittens to term.

My sister-in-law bred 4 cats, each of which will produce kittens that are better bred for show than others. They're not all show cats, but they are all excellent show cats. The trick is to know the personality of the cat, and if the mother is going to carry her kittens to term.

My question was if the breeder knew that his kittens will make good show cats, i.e. he will show them to the best of their ability, then he must breed cats with good temperament and personality.

My question was if the breeder knew that his kittens will make good show cats, i.e. he will show them to the best of their ability, then he must breed cats with good temperament and personality.

If the breeder knows and he knows the personality and temperament of the kitten, he can breed them up to show or breed them to show as a companion.

My question was if the breeder knew that his kittens will make good show cats, i.e. he will show them to the best of their ability, then he must breed cats with good temperament and personality.

That's a fr point to make.

My father was a pedigree cat breeder and he sd something that has stayed with me through the years. He sd that it was the cats personality that was the important part of the pedigree. It is your attitude towards people that counts. I remember well that when my first cat was a kitten, some of the neighbors were telling my father how the cat growled and even how it bit them. I can still remember my father saying, "Those cats are not going to be very nice to people in the neighborhood."

I have three different breeds. I had a cat when I was a child, but I don't remember how old he was, and I have 2 mixed breeds of dogs. When I bought a purebred, I got the type and temperament I wanted. I was very careful in getting a dog that was a good match for me and for my situation. A small dog or a bigger dog or a dog that didn't have any kind of trning was not going to be a good match for me. That's my experience.

I have a small house and live in a rural area, but I live in the city so I get some noise. I get a little noise at home but I think it's mostly traffic. When I look for a home, I get a bigger house if it's possible. But if not I try to get one with low traffic noise.

I don't think the cat breed is what you should be concerned with. If you get a cat with a right to hunt and a good cat to have as a pet, a cat that looks cute will be enough for you. In a rural home a cat will be a low traffic noise, but if it's in a busy area then that will increase your noise and disturb you more.

It is also important to consider a quiet litter box or a litter box with high walls or that is situated in a room where it's unlikely to be disturbed by the neighbors. If you get an indoor cat that has a right to hunt, a cat that looks cute, will not bother your neighbors and lives in a room with little activity, you might not have any trouble.

I would say that I get the most noise from my neighbors. In my neighborhood there's a good deal of traffic. The other neighbors are close so we hear them pretty much every time they go out.

The last neighbor we had was frly quiet. She was quiet except for her cat and that's not very loud. She had a cat that didn't make much noise at all. I think the cat would make a good addition to our noise.

I think that there are times when you need a smaller apartment or a bigger house and there are times when you need a bigger apartment or a smaller house. I believe that a quiet and comfortable home is a home you want to live in. A noisy home may be comfortable to some people, but it may not be something


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