Lynnakitty said:aww cuet kitty.. give her a cuddle for me.. and some cat nip
BigDov said:Cute cat dw. I thought Himalayans were all white and gray, no spots though??
Of course, I could be thinking of a different breed too
dreamwalker said:I have to repeat that smiley, even though I don't think you are one, just because I like it
Most Himalayans are light colored with pointing like Siamese cats, but some have different color patterns. Angle is a tortie Himalayan, with gray and light red markings, not the true pointing, but the pics don't show it very well.
She's been fixed, so breeding her is out of the question, but torties don't usually breed true anyway.
BigDov said:Okay, that makes sense now. So within the Himalayan breed, there are sub-breeds and they're different from each other.
The only reason I asked is, my sister had a cat quite a few years ago that was a Himalayan of some kind and he was white with gray just on his paws, ears, face and tip of his tail. Really annoying long fur too.
aww poor kittydreamwalker said:I will
My daughter just called me, and informed me that Angel is hiding behind the couch again. Looks like she has decided to camp out there for a while.
Onnotangu said:PREPARING YOUR CAT FOR CONSUMPTION
i don't like purebreds, I do like mutt cats though..like my siamease mutt.dreamwalker said:Ewwww, I'm going to make sure Angel stays behind that couch
Funny thing is a few years ago I had a web page "Housepet Cafe" with recipes using your favorite pets as the main course
Onnotangu said:i don't like purebreds, I do like mutt cats though..like my siamease mutt.