…taking pictures of Marbles and Orange Julius a minute ago – aren’t they sweet?
Your “Marbles” (assuming that’s the handsome feline on the left) looks a *lot* like my European Burmese. Very Burmese-y face and head. Does he have any Burmese ancestry?
Actually, I don’t think so. Dad is Maine Coon, Mom is a mutt.
Dogs are mutts, cats are American Shorthairs.
What’s an American Shorthair?
A feline mutt.
What’s a mutt?
A canine American Shorthair.
Actually no, “American Shorthair” is now a defined and disctinctive breed. See http://www.cfa.org/breeds/profiles/american-sh.html .
The term I’ve seen used on cat rescue boards for feline mutts is “moggie”.
They look absolutely DELICIOUS!
Lovely pics – their colours complement each other perfectly.
Oh, how beautiful. I love it when cats snuggle up with each other!
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