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How to find out what kind of cat you have

Sometimes it is a good idea to find out what kind of cat you have before getting it spayed.

If you are getting a kitten:

1. Move the cat around.

2. Look inside the cat.

3. Watch where it goes.

If you are getting a cat that already has young:

1. Look at the cat's face.

2. Look at its teeth.

3. Look at its claws.

4. Check the cat's ears.

1. Look for a litter of kittens on the street.

2. Look for a mother cat with kittens.

3. Look for kittens that are crying or crying a lot.

1. Look for a litter of kittens in the neighborhood.

4. Look for kittens that are in bad shape.

1. Look for a mother cat with kittens.

2. Look for kittens that are crying or crying a lot.

3. Look for kittens that are in bad shape.

4. Look for a litter of kittens on the street.

5. Look for a mother cat with kittens.

6. Look for kittens that are crying or crying a lot.

7. Look for kittens that are in bad shape.

8. Look for kittens that are in a cage.

9. Look for kittens that are in a yard.

10. Look for kittens that are in a lot of trouble.

11. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood.

12. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are lots of people.

13. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are lots of dogs.

14. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are lots of kids.

15. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are lots of cars.

16. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are a lot of other cats.

17. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are a lot of other dogs.

18. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are a lot of other cats and dogs.

19. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are a lot of other cats, dogs and kids.

20. Look for kittens that are in a bad neighborhood where there are a lot of other cats and a lot of dogs.

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