What breed is my new kitty?

StefanZ

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its a seal point with white domestic. Probably shorthair with some kitten fuzziness.

If he wouldnt be a point he would be a black and white tuxedo... His littermates probably are. :)
 
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its a seal point with white domestic. Probably shorthair with some kitten fuzziness.

If he wouldnt be a point he would be a black and white tuxedo... His littermates probably are. :)
Thank you very much! Could you tell how many weeks she is or would I have to go to a vet to find that out?
 

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She is a Siamese mix and very adorable. I would say she is between 8-10 weeks old.
 

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I think she is a longhair to be honest and a colorpoint. Colorpoint is very common in domestic cats so it doesnt mean ragdoll or Siamese in them. Her fur seems quite thick, not just the usual kitten fuzz. Close her ears its pretty long and her tail seem extra fluff. Her paws seem quite fluffy to. She might look more medium hair though. Probably around 10 - 11 weeks old, a vet can confirm though.
 

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I think she is a longhair to be honest and a colorpoint. Colorpoint is very common in domestic cats so it doesnt mean ragdoll or Siamese in them. Her fur seems quite thick, not just the usual kitten fuzz. Close her ears its pretty long and her tail seem extra fluff. Her paws seem quite fluffy to. She might look more medium hair though. Probably around 10 - 11 weeks old, a vet can confirm though.
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Although, I think we can safely say that there is Siamese in her ancestry- whether it be two generations back or seven.
 

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Thank you very much! Could you tell how many weeks she is or would I have to go to a vet to find that out?
I think he is young. 8 weeks on the pics? Perhaps even somewhat less.

There is no big point to go to a vet just to see how old he is. But sooner or later you should visit the vet anyway. Deworming, vaccinations, later on spaying / neutering. A health check up...

Deworming you can do home, if you know suitable dewormers (some OTC dewormers are dangerous).
A health check up is always wise, but if he seems heatlhy and money tight many will find its no hurry with it.
But if you want to take insurance, the insurance company will prob demand a clear health card... (ps. And re breed, declare domestic, seal point with white, do NOT take any guesses on any fancy breed. They will just demand a higher cost if you write up a breed).
 
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