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doug s asked in PetsCats · 9 years ago

What breed is my cat?

Its small 7 Lbs ,muscular, very long hair mostly black with a little white patch on its chest and belly, has reflectors on the top of its eye lids, big ears for its body and long fur on the feet, has a 1 inch tail with alot of fur only responds to the word fish lol

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  • 9 years ago
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    LOL at "reflectors on the top of its eye lids". WTF are you talking about?

    Unless you have papers to prove otherwise your cat is simply a "domestic" - no breed at all just like over 97% of the cats on this entire planet.

    Further proof it isn't a specific breed: a black cat of a specific breed would be solid black while it's VERY rare to find a black domestic that doesn't have a small patch of white on its chest or elsewhere on its body - even just a few hairs. That's because black cats were so persecuted over the centuries as "evil" so most black domestics have some white DNA in their background.

    Love how everyone assumes that a cat without a tail or a short tail is immediately a "Manx". You wouldn't have a Manx unless you bought one from a breeder. The fact this cat has a short tail is simply a birth defect or because one of its parents had a short tail.

  • 9 years ago

    From the short tail it could be a Manx if the tail was a natural product. If the cat has tufts of hair on it's ears, it is most likely a Manx, or Manx cross, since it has long hair. You could just classify it as a domestic long hair for vet purposes. This basically covers any cat that doesn't meet breed specifics.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Just a DOMESTIC SHORT/LONG HAIR ( 97% of cats )

    aka no particular breed

    aka mutt

    aka moggy

  • Ocimom
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    W/O a pedigree or registration papers, you have a black domestic shorthair of no particular breed.

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  • Kim
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    there are cat types but lots of cats r just cats they don't allways have a name like i have a patchy cat nad i call her a farm cat cuz she looks like a cow and we got her on a farm

    i have a black cat but he's tabby cuz when it's really bright he has stipes they look purple to me but my mum says there brown

  • Dash
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    Probably just a mixed breed. 99% of cats are just mixed breed.

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