What Breed Is My Cat?

Does anyone know my cat's breed?
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June 4, 20180 found this helpful
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Your cat would be called a domestic shorthair, black mackerel tabby with high white. This is more of a description than a breed designation. Without the cats papers, or dna tests you wont know the actual breed. She is described as a black tabby because her stripes are black, not brown. She is described as a mackerel tabby because her stripes look like the ribs on a fish skeleton. The term high white refers to the white on her legs reaching all the way to her body. This same term, high white, is also used to describe horses.

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June 3, 20180 found this helpful

American Domestic is the breed of your cat.

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June 3, 20180 found this helpful

Tabby. Im not sure if that is a genuine breed.

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June 4, 20180 found this helpful

Probably a mix of Domestic Shorthair/Tabby as it appears that most of the other breeds have a more striped body and especially around the face.

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  • You can look at some of the images on Google for any of the names given and I think you will find similar cats in almost any mixed breed.
  • A DNA test ($40-$75) would be the only sure way to know.
  • A cat's first year should be the time to take them to the vet so they can receive all of their shots/vaccinations and have the opportunity to stay healthy for many years to come.
  • All in all - a cutie pie!
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June 4, 20180 found this helpful

I will agree with Domestic Shorthair/Tabby-- I had one as my first cat :)

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June 11, 20180 found this helpful

It looks like an ordinary tabby cat.

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