- Sep 28, 2022
Thank you so much....She's so needy...lolHi. Cute kitten! Most cats, unless they have pedigree papers, are considered domestic short or long haired (DSH or DLH) - no specific breed. The color and pattern are what is usually used to define domestic cats. I would say you have an orange (official term red) tabby. The 'M" on her forehead is indicative of all tabbies. There are different pattern descriptions based on the markings on their bodies, but I can't say for sure with those pics. From what I can see, she might be what they call a ticked tabby. But she is also young so her markings might change a bit as she matures.
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She's super ok.. Running about and sniffing every part of my room.. I will definitely take her to a vet on Monday.She is so lovely. She looks like a dsh red tabby tuxedo bicolor. It is hard to say with a kitten this age but her face looks kind of angular and a bit oriental. Please get her seen by DVM make sure she is OK. How old is she? She is needy because she’s a baby who has just lost her mother, but all kittens need a lot of TLC and lots of attention.
Its not dangerous to taste on dog food, but its not good to live mainly on dog food for cats.She is 1 and a half month today...She's into solid food rn ,she loves milk and little bits of fish.. Over her it's super rare to find cat food ,just lots of dog food...