Well, my Fatso is dead and gone, but Lilith, Jasper, and Finnigan are all completely bonkers... Finnigan meows like James Cagney.."meow see!" I can't even describe it...so funny to hear...and I think he's a little light in the loafers too...if he was human, he'd be Ru Paul.....lol He can't walk a straight line..he rubs up against everything and weaves his way through a room.... Jazzie flops anywhere he feels, but he also sits up in my easy chair with his back against the backrest, and his front paw resting on the chair arm....such a dork!
oh gosh, you have one of those too! Our Mo is just like Finnigan ... going from pointA to pointB, she just must lean on every single item along the way! Her name is Mo, but sometimes, we call her Lena, or L-E-A-N-A ... sorry, we are corny people!
We are corny too...Finn also likes to lay on my head when I go to bed at night...he is my cat hat for about 10 minutes every night before I go to sleep....I have no idea why, but if I am not ready to lay down, he curls up on my pillow and gives me dirty looks until I lay down!
Ahhh...just in case you are not aware, contrary to popular belief, a calico cat is not a specific breed of cat. It is a pattern of coloring that can occur in many different breeds. To be considered a calico cat, a cat must be tri-colored, with patches of white, red or orange, and black fur. It is true, calico cats are nearly always female. This is due to the genes for the orange or black color being on the X chromosome. Female cats have two X chromosomes, while male cats have an X and a Y chromosome. Therefore, the mother cat passes the X chromosome on to her kittens, while the father passes either the X or Y chromosome, thus determining the kittens’ sex. To be a calico cat, the kitten must have an X chromosome that has the orange color and an X chromosome that has the black color. Male calico cats are mostly genetic anomalies, with XXY chromosomes and are sterile and extremely rare.
Braveheart is a female, but she's not a Calico (at least I don't think so, though I'm no expert! ). Perhaps if you look at this pic of her, it might be more obvious? [link] What do you think?
wow! You mean they can do that...turn another colour? I've never heard of that happening! Well, actually, I have never seen an odd-eyed cat with my own eyes...only pics of them. And they are always white cats. So, that Sadie is a calico is already unusual. That her eye turned colour is really unique. I have only seen kittens' eyes change colour...from a kitten grey-blue to green or yellow or whatever.
He used to be bigger, but after being sick, he lost a lot of weight, but even before he gained then lost the weight, he was still able to roll onto his back and stick his feet in the air Here's a couple of pics of what he looks like if you haven't seen him, I've been trying to make sure all my cat based pics were submitted to the group [link][link]
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