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How to tell what breed a cat is

It is important to know the breed of cat.

It is easier to rescue a cat that looks like it might be a certain breed.

If you know the breed, you can rescue more cats.

Can you tell the cat’s breed by looking at it?

NO!

Then why do people say to look for certain breeds?

It is a matter of common sense.

If you have rescued a black cat and have no idea of what breed it is, it might be a black cat.

If you have rescued a white cat and have no idea of what breed it is, it might be a white cat.

If you have rescued a tabby cat and have no idea of what breed it is, it might be a tabby cat.

You can’t tell the breed by the color or breed of the cat.

What about the ears?

The ears are what most people look at to tell the breed of a cat.

The ears of a cat is the easiest thing to tell the breed of a cat.

People say that the ears of a cat are the main indicator of the breed of a cat.

The ears are not an indicator of the breed of a cat.

The ears of a cat are NOT an indicator of the breed of a cat.

The ears of a cat is NOT one of the best ways to tell the breed of a cat.

The ears are NOT an indicator of the breed of a cat.

The ears of a cat is NOT an indicator of the breed of a cat.

If a cat’s ears are black, it is not an indicator of the breed of a cat.

If a cat’s ears are white, it is not an indicator of the breed of a cat.

If a tabby cat has black ears, it is not an indicator of the breed of a cat.

It is not an indicator of the breed of a cat.

If a cat is black, white, with stripes, with spots, or without spots, it is not an indicator of the breed of a cat.

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