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I think I\\\'m a Bombay!

Lynn StodolaLynn Stodola Floral CityMember Posts: 2
edited 11 April, 2010 in Bombay
Extremely curious, I crawl into anything I can. I can do front and back flips while running in the yard. I talk a lot and only meow when I want to go outside. At about 6 months old I look small but weigh 8 lbs. My legs are super long and I\'m already taller and longer than my older house mate Sheva. I have very golden/copper eyes that glow. I will also fetch a ball and bring it back to be tossed again. All the neighbors like me and think I don\'t act like a \"normal\" cat. :D


  • Becky DavisBecky Davis HermitageMember Posts: 6
    edited 11 April, 2010
    You defintely look like a bombay there . My mommy and daddy think I'm a bombay mix because they say I look like a panther and I am very tall with a long body. |/h/|
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