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A tabby or a Bengal?

Elizabeth RathburnElizabeth Rathburn Member Posts: 2
edited 8 September, 2010 in Bengal
My Olivia-Maeve is a calico tabby or part Bengal. I need help determining her primary and secondary breed? I found her mother as a stray. The mother, named Isabelle, is a black and white DMH. Olivia looks much different from her mother. She is striped with spots on her tummy. She has a very weird growl that her mother does not have. I have owned several cats and they do not growl the way she does. I have submitted photos of her. Soon I will submit a video (if possible). Thanks for your time! :)


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