What potential breeds could my cat be?

Rhirhi97

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Hello,

I have a little girl who I have had since she was 10 weeks old and is now 5 months and the whole time I have been stumped for what type of breed(s) she could be a mix of!

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She has lovely faint/light blue eyes (the outer eye is lighter blue than the inner eye) incase you can’t see from the pictures.
She has just been spayed incase you wonder why she has the cone on!!
I have had a few different opinions from people ranging from ragdoll mix to Siamese mix. Someone said she might be dilute calico but she has a very dark tail and I didn’t think that would match up?
Any insight would be greatly interested!! 😊
 

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Vali

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Im really new to cat breeds but kind of seems like DSH and rag doll mix
 

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Do you have any photos of her at 10 weeks? Unless she started out much lighter in colour than she is now, she’s not pointed. Looks like a blue (?) tortie tabby bicolour domestic shorthair to me. A photo in good natural lighting that isn’t overexposed would be helpful. In some photos she looks distinctly blue, while in others her stripes are too dark for it.

Blue eyes can be caused by the white spotting gene, especially as she has a good amount of white on her head.
 
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Rhirhi97

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Do you have any photos of her at 10 weeks? Unless she started out much lighter in colour than she is now, she’s not pointed. Looks like a blue (?) tortie tabby bicolour domestic shorthair to me. A photo in good natural lighting that isn’t overexposed would be helpful. In some photos she looks distinctly blue, while in others her stripes are too dark for it.

Blue eyes can be caused by the white spotting gene, especially as she has a good amount of white on her head.
Yes let me attach some photos of when she was younger! I apologise if the lighting isn’t too good so I’ll attach a few!
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She is a diluted tortie [AND tabby] and white point, ie a diluted torbie with white point. Domestic short hair. (even if the tail looks hairy on some pic). Verry pretty.

What look alike? let me think... No alarm bells sounding... Beautiful domestic, I think.
 
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Gorgeous baby there😻❤ I think she is a tortie or torbie point. Would say bicolor or with white too. Prolly a dsh with siamese ancestry, all pointed cats have siamese ancestry no matter how distant. I love the asymmetric pattern near her eye 💕
 
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Very pretty girl. On my screen she looks too dark to be blue.
Looks black tortie tabby & white, possibly silver, what colour is the base fur on her coloured patches?
She doesn’t appear to be pointed or resemble any breed.
 
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