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What race is doja cat

What race is doja cat

What race is doja cat?

For the last couple of days, I have been in what seems to be a vicious cycle of doing more research, making more decisions, and in the end have decided to buy him as a rescue doj.

I went to kitty rescue and was so happy to see that my future baby boy was one of those that was still there and available for adoption. He is 4.5 months old and weighs 9 pounds and seems to be extremely healthy for someone so young. The people working there are very kind and I'm so happy I went to see him because now he has a forever family.

I am interested in knowing what race this cat is. His mother is calico and his dad is white and I've decided on white and calico.

What are your thoughts? What breed do you think he would be? I would like to avoid the over priced toys and clothing, so I was looking for that doj/doj mix. I looked at the list of mixed doj/doj and they seem to be the most affordable and cute so far. Any advice on the best choices out there?

I would recommend you to buy a cat that is calico and white, just like the mommy cat is. You can buy this mixed cat here: http://www.purebredkittens.com/cat/cat-adoption.php?c=7. You can select the color of the mother cat, from there it will be very easy to select the kitten's color.

What kind of litter is the momma using, and how do the kitten's eyes look?

I found this link that also gives a good idea of some of the available color and markings, and what is considered a mixed cat: http://www.kittensr.com/cat_color.html

The eyes are still the most important feature. I would recommend going with a color that you like for both the momma and the kittens. The eyes should be large and clear (or they will look like slits).

It would be better if you can get a calico because they are the most popular mixed breed. I will see if I can find a site that you can buy a calico from or have your own momma get one for you.

The mother of my baby was a domestic longhair. She had kittens by the house and they were wilder than hell and not house cats.

If you can find one of these kittens, they are great because they will not be house cats but wild cats.

As for color, I like calicos. I am also a big fan of the mixed calico. There are many patterns for these calicos.

I have been doing a lot of research on the kitten and mommy cat selection. I found these websites that have a good selection of both:http://www.lionroar.com/store/cat_color_combination.phphttp://www.tuxedohouse.com/catcare/featured-colors.aspx

If you can come by your kitten at 6 weeks old, you should be able to get a pretty good idea of some of the available color and markings, and what is considered a mixed cat: http://www.kittensr.com/cat_color.html

The eyes are still the most important feature. I would recommend going with a color that you like for both the momma and the kittens. The eyes should be large and clear (or they will look like slits).

It would be better if you can get a calico because they are the most popular mixed breed. I will see if I can find a site that you can buy a calico from or have your own momma get one for you.

The mother of my baby was a calico. I was surprised because it was not my choice. I was wondering if you can buy a calico mix from a breeder? Where can I do that?

I agree with the others. You should take your kittens out for a lot of exposure to people and other animals. They should have the opportunity to observe some of the other animals and the people. The people part might seem scary at first, but don't be afraid, I promise it won't hurt your babies.

I think your biggest issue is you need to get up close to your babies. I remember a lot of people had this issue, until their babies started to trust them and allow themselves to be picked up. I think you also want to give them opportunities to observe other animals, especially if you live near a zoo or somewhere like that.

When your babies are around 5-6 weeks old, they will be old enough to start getting around on their own a little. But you still need to watch them closely. I would never leave my babies alone with other cats for a few reasons. One, I am sure other cats will want to play with your kittens. Second, as cats age, they usually start to get aggressive. A kitten is going to start growling and scratching a lot. It's ok though. That's how they get you to be more protective of them.

I think you should bring your kittens home when they are about 10-12 weeks old.

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