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    Help with Determining Breed

    Makes sense! Thank you again ☺️.
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    @lutece okay new question lol. Sorry for all the questions. What about a shine to his fur? Not like the sleek shine of the black fur on our tuxedo has, but different.
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    Oh that was great! Thank you!
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    That’s a great rundown of the history!!! Thanks for all the info. I’ve read a lot so far, mostly about how far back cats go, which big cat, domestic cats are most closely related and then where domestic cats actually came from. Not so much the details of domestication. ☺️
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    Omg yes we love him ☺️! So it sounds like basically cats domesticated themselves, to some extent. Humans didn’t really have a lot of control in selecting over time, those desired qualities, as we did with dogs?
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    That makes sense. Never occurred to me other people probably do the same lol. He’s definitely unique or at least compared to our other cat. Our “tuxedo” is very much a stereotypical cat, or what I always thought a cat is like. Purrcy is just like our rescue dog. He even drinks with them and...
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    I’m so néw to cats and so used to dogs that I still forget breeds aren’t a common thing with cats, like with dogs. Lol he probably wonders why I keep taking pics of him and stare at him frequently. But I guess we are even since he constantly follows me around and needs to be included in...
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    Hi Again! So as Purrcy gets older he’s getting more markings. For sure on his one side he has some large spots and on the other he has one or two arrowhead-looking marks and smaller spots. It seems like he might have some Bengal mixed in there? I did train him to sit for a treat but he won’t...
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    No worries lol 😊! He’s quite big it seems for his age. She’s 2yrs and he’s 7 months. And he’s only slightly smaller than her. He’s just not as filled out yet.
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    Help with Determining Breed

    Thank you for the reply 😊! The tuxedo is actually 2 years old and came from a different rescue. The other kitty, he’s 7 months old.
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    Help with Determining Breed

    Ah gotcha, that makes sense. Thank you 😊!
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    Oh thank you so much. I just searched how to edit a post but I don’t even see 3 dots, or the word edit, or anything else available on this! Again, thank you so much!
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    Help with Determining Breed

    Hi, We adopted this kitty when he was about 4 months old (September). He looks like a Siamese lynx point, but also a Desert Lynx. He matches the personality description of the Desert Lynx perfectly. He has really faint/muted spots and stripes on his back legs. I was hoping the second picture...
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