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Is she Bombay or DHS

Eric BrouillardEric Brouillard Member Posts: 2
edited 19 March, 2015 in Bombay
Can anyone tell me if my cat is a Bombay or DSH. She's a 10 months old black kitten with a white patch by the neck. Bombay traits she has: Highly social Crave human attention Not independent Loud purs and very distinct “voices.” Quite talkative and meow alot at times like when you get home from work or wake up in the morning... Enjoys being held and being pet Sleeps besides me or by my feet every night Loves to be around me and others not sure about kids yet though
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