Please help me identify my (late) girl

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My little baby girl just passed away a month ago. I always wondered what type of cat she is? Can you please help me identify her?
 

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Gosh, she was absolutely beautiful 😍. I'm so sorry 😞

I don't know about breed, other than a domestic medium hair, possibly a domestic Longhair (dlh).
 

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I am very sorry for your loss. She was a beauty! How old was she and what was her name?
 
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She was at least 12 years with us. I don't know how old she was she was a shelter cat. Her name was Snowy. Thank you!
 

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Was she visibly biggish? Bigger than most male cats? If so, she probably had in her some of the big bones breeds; norwegian or possibly MCO.

If not, we will call her for a domestic long hair.... The great majority of all cats are domestic, without having any near connection with a recognized breed. Even if some may be decent look alikes...

Whatever her size, she was a pretty girl to be proud of...
 

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My little baby girl just passed away a month ago. I always wondered what type of cat she is? Can you please help me identify her?
She was gorgeous😻 so sorry for your loss.

To me she definitely has the look of a weegie- a Norwegian forest cat, there are all white Norwegian forest cats as well. I am a member of a group for them on Facebook. However without a pedigree and paperwork she is considered to be a domestic longhair.
 
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