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Aaron
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Re: Your Pets

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Sorry for the bump, but it's just that I rarely have the time to be on this forum and I wanted to make an update on this topic.

Alright, so we named the cat (update from my last post). Her name is Boris now (my brother chose the name, and I know she's female but interestingly, I have heard of people naming their pets a name of the gender opposite to which they have). What I forgot to mention of her in my last post however is the basic information: she's a mackerel tabby (I know that's a pattern, not a breed meaning it's purebred but people just say these kinds of cats these are "tabby cats" anyway). She's 1 year old at this point.

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Re: Your Pets

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Funny, her face kinda looks like that of a wildcat.
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Re: Your Pets

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In july 2007, we had a male dog which his breed is a Yorkshire Terrier. My parents bought him when he was 5 weeks old. Then he died in May 2019 due to gastroenteritis, sadly. :(

We didn't have a dog until today. Now I have a female Yorkie puppy called Shika. She is a peaceful puppy and she will turn 3 months within four days. :)
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Re: Your Pets

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Hunchman801 wrote:
Sat Jan 18, 2020 7:22 pm
Funny, her face kinda looks like that of a wildcat.
Now that you say it, it does, a bit actually.

The cats that look almost the exact same are Chartreux and British Shorthair cats though. You can still somewhat make out the subtle differences between them like with how Chartreux cats' eyes are further apart than British Shorthairs', and how with Chartreux cats, the colors of their fur are more consistent (what I mean by this is that there's less variety in the color) and that some of the fur in British Shorthairs stick out.
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