Legolas

Find my Cat's Breed(PHOTO+PROFILE INCLUDED)

I have used several sites to try and find my cats breed, but some of them are very similar. I would appreciate it if someone could find it's breed for me. Here's some info:

Profile - www.catster.com

Name- Legolas
Age- estimated age 6
Color:

Fur- Orange fur, his legs above his paws have some stripes of a darker orange shade than the rest of his fur

Whiskers- white chin area (whatever you call below his nose on his face)

Nose- pink colored nose

favorite toy: strings

Likes to sleep on my bed, or follow me around



Asked by Legolas on Apr 13th 2012 Tagged breed, identifycat, breedhelp, cattype, pictureofcat, orangecat, help in Breeds
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Cuddles

orange tiger tabby


Cuddles answered on Apr 22nd.

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Cali

The vast majority of cats (particularly cats freely given away by 4th graders) don't have a special human created breed; they are freely bred and classified by their fur length. Leggy's tail isn't showing in his picture, so I'm not 100% sure if he's short or medium haired, but if his tail is thin and sleek he is a Domestic Short Hair or DSH, and if it's a little fluffy and his fur is a bit longer around his neck he is a Domestic Medium Hair or DMH. Being a basic "domestic" cat doesn't mean Legolas isn't special- all fancy cat breeds can be traced back to individual freely bred cats that had traits people liked- it just means he doesn't have a particular stereotype to fit into. If anything he's extra special and mysterious!


Cali answered on 4/13/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Guest

You seem to have the most popular and healthy cat breeds in The world. Your cat looks like a marmalade domestic short hair. Known world wide for the "M" on their for heads


Member 1090019 answered on 4/14/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer