Actually, DNA tests for cats are fairly unreliable. Especially the commercial ones. UC Davis is probably the one with the best testing but it's fairly expensive. The problem with DNA testing cats is that if they rely on owners reporting their breed to determine the baseline it is unreliable to begin with. But also the genetic diversity of cats is very widespread and they don't have isolated populations with genetic indicators. Even human DNA testing for ancestry is sometimes questionable and that's with millions of samples and human populations that were in the same region for thousands of years.DNA is the only way to be sure. He looks to me like a snowshoe, which is a pointed cat with white. This color combination is common in the general domestic cat population.
Yes, but the Neva Masquerade is a relatively new breed, and rare in USA so the probability is pretty low there come byblows out from them.I think everyone has pretty much covered it but, another possible is a Neva Masquerade. He's a beautiful cat regardless of breed though.