- AlmaLv 43 weeks ago
Looks like a seal point siamese cat to me.
- ShayLv 71 month ago
Here is the problem - unless the cat came with papers - it is not a pure breed of anything. Since it is not a pure breed of anything, that means it is a domestic short hair. Specifically, it is a domestic short hair with seal point markings. (domestic short hair or domestic long hair is a polite way to call a cat a "mutt" - it just means mixed breed cat)
There are two specific breeds of cat that often have seal point markings. Obviously, a Siamese cat has these markings, and Himalayan cats also can have seal point markings. Both a Siamese and Himalayan cat also have blue eyes.
This cat could be a mix of any combination of breeds, but someplace in the lineage, there was probably either a Siamese or a Himalayan (or both) Himalayan is usually a long haired breed, so the chances of Siamese lineage is probably more likely than Himalayan. It really just depends on what other breeds have been mixed into this cat.
- Anonymous1 month ago
It is a Siamese cat or Siamese mix. It has the dark colored tips of the breed.
- Siamese Cat MomLv 41 month ago
It is a Siamese!!! I now have 5 siamese, my one boy is the one I use for my profile pic!
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- CBLv 71 month ago
- Nekkid Truth!Lv 71 month ago
It's a NO-BREED domestic cat with pointed markings.
Pointed markings doesn't mean siamese. The cat doesn't have the oriental shaped head that a siamese has