Could I be part Egyptian Mau?
My mom has seen the Egyptian Mau episode of Cats 101 twice, and claims that I have several simularities.
1.) I have a wet nose.
2.) I have lots of white, even though I have in all four colors.
3.) I have an "M" pattern on my head.
4.) I have lots of white underneath my main coat of fur.
5.) I have bright, vivid green eyes, which is the only eye color the maus can have.
6.) I am twelve years old and still very healthy, and Egyptian Maus are supposed to be generally pretty healthy.
Do you think that I may have a little bit of Egyptian Mau in me? Do you need any extra information? Oh yeah, and I have a few pictures on my profile page that you can base me on.
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Egyptian Maus are an extremely rare breed. Most reputable breeders sell kittens with an altering agreement. The chances of a rare breed purebred cat mixing and breeding with the domestic population is slim (at best) to none. Misty is a pretty kitty. She doesn't need a breed. Most cats don't have a breed like the dog world. Any cat with an uncertain background is a Domestic Shorthair, Mediumhair, or Longhair respectively. there's nothing wrong with that. Domestic cats can sometimes resemble purebreds, but only purebreds breed true to type and are registered with "papers".
Linus (Dreamboat #72a) answered on 9/3/10. Helpful? / 1