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Discussion in 'Describing Cats - What Does My Cat Look Like?' started by Belinda7, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. Belinda7

    Belinda7 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    What does my cat look like we found him behind a gas station as a baby he is about 10 months old now he is like twice the size of a regular cat and stalky he has the tuft ears
     

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  2. Belinda7

    Belinda7 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    He has 4 babies about a month old that has the same ear tufts
     

  3. abyeb

    abyeb Charlie's Purrson Staff Member Forum Helper

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    He is very handsome! I would describe him as a brown tabby Domestic Shorthair. If you post a picture of him from the side, I can help you identify which exact tabby pattern he has.
     

  4. Belinda7

    Belinda7 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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  5. Belinda7

    Belinda7 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    These are his babies
     

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    DreamerRose TCS Member Top Cat

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    The kittens are adorable. But if he's nursing the kittens, he's a she. :p
     
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  7. Belinda7

    Belinda7 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    Oh no I’m sorry I guess I should explain when we found him it was 5 kittens and the mom we was able to find homes for them all except the mom but he and his sister was returned to us because they acted feral still but then I didn’t realize it but he got his mom pregnant and them in the pic is his mom and their kittens
     

  8. Belinda7

    Belinda7 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    I got his sister fixed and keeping his mom and the babies away from him till I get him fixed next week
     

  9. lutece

    lutece TCS Member Top Cat

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    I would also describe him as a brown tabby domestic shorthair. Tabby pattern is broken mackerel (some stripes and some spots). Small ear tufts like that can appear on any cat. Most cats aren't any particular breed.

    It's good that you have his sister spayed and you are planning to get him neutered! Note that males are still capable of getting females pregnant for several weeks after they are neutered, and his mother can get pregnant again even while she is nursing the babies. So it's best if you plan to keep them separated for a while longer... a month is safest.
     
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