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What kind of cat am I?

Megan SchadMegan Schad Member Posts: 1
edited 29 March, 2015 in Norwegian Forest Cat
I am approximately 10 months old. I can run really fast and jump really high for my size. My mom thinks I am smaller than other cats and MUCH smaller than my 2 year old brother. I have silky long fur and a mane around my face. My tail is very long and bushy. My eyes are a amber/green color. I have long tuffs of fur between my toes. My mom thinks I have all the characteristics of a Norwegian forest cat but I am far from a large cat. I am mostly a one person cat and find loud noises or large groups of people terrifying. Can anyone help my mom figure out what kind of cat I am?

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  • kayla claytonkayla clayton Member Posts: 11
    edited 29 March, 2015
    I would say Domestic longhair just because you do not know the genetics. There are places that you can have DNA tested (like a strand of fur) to see your cat's full bloodline
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