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What Breed Is My Cat?

My cat is white and black and I'm not good at cat breed stuff, just curious lmao. But she's funny and she has pink paws and one has a black birthmark on it and she looks like a cow.

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January 14, 20210 found this helpful

I think your very pretty cat is a domestic short hair. I love her unique markings.

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January 14, 20210 found this helpful

The face looks part tuxedo.

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January 14, 20210 found this helpful

I also will go with the Domestic Shorthair. She is beautiful and looks healthy and playful. The only way to know for sure is through DNA . Here is a look at Domestic Shorthair fur babies- www.bing.com/.../search?q=pictures+of+domestic+short.... - also some history- en.wikipedia.org/.../domestic_short-haired_cat

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January 15, 20210 found this helpful

thankyou so much

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January 15, 20210 found this helpful

I believe you have what is commonly called a 'bicolor' cat or more specifically a 'cow or moo cat'.
This is like a Tuxedo cat and these are not breeds but their colors are caused by different genes and these colors cannot be predicted or planned.
Check this site:
thecowcat.com/.../
prettylitter.com/.../three-favorite-bicolor-cats

Because she is bicolor cat lovers say she could have lot longer cat life than most cats - 20 years (if kept in healthy state). I had a black and white tuxedo cat that lived over 19 years - loving cat.

I see that you have a collar and leash on your baby and I would just like to caution you that just using a collar/leash and not a harness is not recommended for cats.
Please read about this on this site:
www.gallant.com/.../

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January 16, 20210 found this helpful

thankyou and yes im aware of the leash these are kind of old but thats when i was scared to let her outside but now i dont have any leashes and i dont cut her nails anymore

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January 17, 20210 found this helpful

She is beautiful and one of my favorites but we have never seen one at our adoption centers so we're still looking.
Not sure, but I think they are more rare than stated on some sites and there is no way to 'breed' them - they just happen unexpectedly.
Glad she no longer needs a leash and you can usually find a grooming shop that will clip her nails for a small cost ($10-$15) but normally, cats do not have to have their claws clipped but about every 4-6 months but sometimes the claw will grow into the pad if not clipped so be sure to keep a watch and not let this happen.
Enjoy your 'moo' baby and stay safe and not lonely because you have a loving companion for company.

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