- Feb 4, 2021
Hi can you help with sexing these little babies please i know the ginger one is a boy the others all look like girls but im not 100%
too?Quaver is definitely a torbie and white like their mother, as she has the red patch on top of her head. With the others, I would want to see more pictures to distinguish torbies from tabbies. It's normal for brown tabbies to have warm brown markings, especially near the ears. On the kittens other than Quaver, the brown and black head markings look pretty symmetrical, so I don't see obvious torbie patches... but they may have torbie patches in other parts of the body.
She's a torbie (tortie/tabby) with white, some people say torbico or caliby. In a regular calico, their black patches are solid black; it's the stripes in her dark patches that make her a torbie.I thort her mum was calico? You said she torbie a too?
Thankyou that really helps i had no idea, i just thort calico, so thankyou. Im pretty sure that the other 3 are just tabby and then quaver a Tobie. Hes got a lot of ginger and white in his tabby patches. They are all amazing. Thankyou xxxShe's a torbie (tortie/tabby) with white, some people say torbico or caliby. In a regular calico, their black patches are solid black; it's the stripes in her dark patches that make her a torbie.
It looks like her babies may be classic tabby pattern, and I've found that classics tend to have brighter colors than mackerel/spotted tabbies.