http://www.hotdogsuitlaatservice.nl/zybnapasta/1596 Do we have any Egyptian Mau experts out there? I want to settle a bet with Cat Daddy.
site de rencontre musulman gratuit pour les femmes So many of the people who have seen Newt in person have commented on his exotic appearance, in particular his magnificent spots and ginormous eyes. Occicat, Bengal and Egyptian Mau have been frequently mentioned as possible breed origins. I assumed he was just a spotted tabby Domestic Shorthair, although I secretly hoped he was something extra special (his miracle kitty status notwithstanding).
conocer a un chico Months ago, Pookie developed a poochy. Cat Daddy said Newt was getting fat. I, on the other hand, said “Nooooooo, it wasn’t fat, because the poochy was more of a pouchy at the back of his belly. Two sort of empty flap, at the end of his stomach area, in front of his hind legs. When you hold the area, it isn’t full at all, it’s sort of loose skin that you can shake, at least until he sinks his fangs and claws into you hahahaha. (This was before he REALLY got fat, by the way.) When he sits, the area sort of pools over his hind legs.
http://www.laderaranchdentistry.com/bistrota/5189 Well, I recently looked up more information on the Egyptian Mau, and apparently they have a loose belly flap (primordial pouch) located in that same area!
Hmmmmm, chirping, athletic spotted tabbies with pouches. (Newt is able to leap straight up onto a 5’10’ person’s shoulder, from a standstill – that’s pretty darn athletic, if you ask me!) Combine his spots with his velcro-like loyalty, athleticism, poochy pouchy, unusual soft, warbling, trilling meow, being blessed by Bast, and I am convinced that our humble little homeless shelter baby Schnookums is descended from Egyptian Royalty!
Cat Daddy, on the other hand, says that Newt is not Royal, he’s just a royal pain in the arse