|Purred: Thu Jul 12, '07 7:12pm PST |
|I read the articles I have linked below and I think you are a Classic Tabby. There is even a picture in the article "Glorious Tabby" of what a Classic Tabby looks like: http://cats.about.com/cs/tabbycats/a/tabby_cats.htm
Below is the part about tabbies from this webpage on cat Breed/Color: (http://cats.about.com/od/felinegenetics/a/colorpatterns.htm)
"Ta bby cats constitute the oldest and most common pattern seen, and are one of the most popular. They are easily differentiated by their stripes, whorls, and spots, (generally found on their tummies) Striped tabbies are often referred to as "tiger," for obvious reasons. They are also known as "mackerel tabbies." The round bulls-eye marking on a tabby, identifies it as a "classic" tabby. While spotted tabbies sometimes crop up in "barn cats," they are also found in breeds, such as the Ocicat and the American Bobtail."
Edited by author Thu Jul 12, '07 7:25pm PST
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