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Small Kitten - Domestic Medium Hair Cat
CatDomestic Medium Hair
ProfileFemale, 2 Months
ConditionMinor Injury
BodySmall Size, Medium Fur
ColorBlack, Cream, White
LocationKlang, Selangor
Posted17 Sep 2009 (Updated 27 Nov 2009)
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a 2mnth small kitten
i dunno wat breed it is
i js know it nw a bit sick
i give it milk it dun wan
i give it fish it eat a bit
anyone can give her a lovely home pls kindly contact me thx

new status(25/11/09):
finally this pity kitten taken by sue a.k.a bouquet...
hope this little kitten will drop to crool's house succesfully and crool will take good care of her..

really thx.
thx a lot.
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Small Kitten - Domestic Medium Hair Cat

my backside..
my backside..

after bath..
after bath..

Small Kitten - Domestic Medium Hair Cat

anyone pls adopt me
anyone pls adopt me

Small Kitten - Domestic Medium Hair Cat

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JennyLee   Oct 21st 2009 at 8:40PM
azraf   Nov 22nd 2009 at 7:44PM
So cute, and innocent looks...
Crool   Nov 22nd 2009 at 9:14PM
r u sure its male... usually calico colour is female...so sorry if I wrong
rozitahalim   Nov 23rd 2009 at 9:33AM
calicos r female :)
irena6300   Nov 23rd 2009 at 10:26AM
i dunno it's gender..
i dunno how to see~~~
and when i wan touch her she run away~~
rozitahalim   Nov 23rd 2009 at 12:16PM
my dear. shes a calico hence no need to confirm her gender ya :)
irena6300   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:16PM
js nw i see le..
is a female..
but why calico cant have male?
rozitahalim   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:35PM
GOD created calicos to be female.
so hence it will always be a female
Fareen   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:37PM
Rozita :) I think it would help if you can explain to irene cos I do think she wants to know. Maybe if you can simplify the genetics story would be good. btw, from what ive read, they are almost always females but there is still a very minimal chance it could be male.
rozitahalim   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:39PM
Fareen, frankly shld i explain the genetics, there'll be more q's coming.
hence its best to just keep it minimal :)
Fareen   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:41PM
stimes I think its okay to have questions. I pun tak faham habis pasal the genetics. Afterall in PF it is abt saving the animals as well as gaining knowledge :) Kesian the unexperienced (me included) tak tau :)
irena6300   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:43PM
my maid tell me b4,if calico is male,they are king.
and may be thier mum will bite the kitten die.
Fareen   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:45PM
irene, since the calico thingy is due to genetics so it can be quite complicated, nontheless interesting, you may want to google and you'll get a list of sites. One of it is www.peteducation.com I have yet to find one that is more human friendly cos most of it is soooo technical LOL.
rozitahalim   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:48PM
Fareen - frankly, when it comes to expalining the genetics of our furry babies, it can be very confusing. And at times, u'll get shot too by people who claim that their the smart ones. i've been there, been around these people. Hence i prefer giving minimal explaination to avoid others get confused n also to avoid myself being shot at too :P
frankly irena, wats the condition of this kitty? by the look of the pic, she doesnt look that well or i may be wrong too :)
irena6300   Nov 23rd 2009 at 1:50PM
Now that a calico cat has been defined as a cat with three colors, the question is: why are they nearly always female? The answer is in genetics. Coat color in cats is a sex-linked trait, a physical characteristic (coat color) related to gender. Female animals have two X chromosomes (XX), males have one X chromosome and one Y chromosome (XY). The genetic coding for displaying black or orange color is found on the X chromosome. The coding for white is a completely separate gene.

Since females have two X chromosomes, they are able to "display" two colors (orange and black, or variations thereof) and white; creating the 3-color calico mix. Since males have only one X chromosome, they can only be orange OR black. It is more complicated than simply having the color genes -- it is a complex process of dominant and non-dominate genes interacting on the X chromosomes, but that is the basis for coat color in calico cats. For those of you interested in the detailed coat color genetics, please see the "Related Reading" articles at the bottom of this FAQ.

Can a calico cat ever be male? Yes, in rare instances. In this situation, the cat has two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome (XXY). Cats with this chromosomal configuration are usually sterile (not able to breed). This is similar to a condition in humans called Klinefelter's syndrome, or XXY Syndrome.

i found on web,but anyone who interest in adopting her?
yesterday she very dirty,and refuse to eat,then i give it some fishball and milk,she eat js a little bit..
today she drink a lot of milk,i think she is fine now.
and she follow those big bro everywhere.

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