Does my cat (the white one) have a breed or is she just an average cat?
- Anonymous7 months ago
"Breed"? Do you mean is it a Klingon?
It's a cat!
- PLv 77 months ago
She looks like a red point siamese
- OcimomLv 77 months ago
She is a domestic shorthair.
She is NOT a Siamese or part Siamese. Her color is Red Point. "Flame Point" is ONLY used for the Red Point Himilayans - with shorthairs the proper color term is red point.
- Nekkid Truth!Lv 77 months ago
Only pedigreed cats have a breed.
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- ☆Little Helper☆Lv 67 months ago
If you have to ask, the answer would be no. You'd definitely know If you had an actual cat breed. They're both domestics and while they're not a breed they're a type with so many variations in size and coat color/patterns/length as there is no standard to follow. They're the most popular type of cat to own around the world. Cute cat but it's just not a breed.
- audreyLv 77 months ago
Awww....how sweet is that? She looks like a domestic short hair.
- 7 months ago
I think this cat is a Flame Point cat, which is a type of Siamese cat. I have a Flame Point that looks quite similar to this. However, I noticed that somebody else mentioned Red Point, so maybe it is that. However, I am still convinced it is Flame Point due to its similarity with my cat.Source(s): I own a flame point.
- pattyLv 57 months ago
she be part fox
- InLv 77 months ago
- ZotsRuleLv 77 months ago
Your cat isn't white. It's Red Point. The body colour is cream and there's Red on the points - the extremities.
Both cats are domestics - no breed or mix of breeds like over 97% of cats. The other cat is Brown Mackerel Tabby. Please take the collars off before your cats end up strangled to death when they catch them on something.