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Hello all, this is Boo, my 4 month old kitty. I’ve thought Boo was a Himalayan for some time (since that’s what the adoption center thought), however I can’t seem to believe that since from what I have seen, Himalayans usually have the face of a Persian cat. Later I discovered the Ragdoll/Siamese mix and thought he was that. Just today, however, I just found out about the Seal Point Burmese which I have found he looks closest to. P.S. he has two siblings, one Siamese and one calico. To break it down: What do you think he is from looking at his photos?

1. Himalayan
2. Ragdoll/Siamese
3. Seal point Burmese
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Still showing a non functional image. I don’t know much about cat breeds but if the images don’t show you won’t be able to get help :( hopefully the problem is on my end.


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You have a DSH, domestic short haired cat. But he definitely looks like he has some Siamese in him. Very handsome little guy.
 

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He definitely has some "Siamese" genes there to have the "pointed color pattern". But without registration papers in an accredited cat fancy organization such as CFA, TICA, CCA, he's a Domestic Longhair and his color is "seal point". His coat looks somewhat similar to a Balinese, but the head shape isn't triangular enough, and looks to me more like a Tonkinese in his head and body shape, tho this breed usually comes only as a shorthair with a close-lying coat. So I would call him a Tonkinese/mix. He's a gorgeous cat and has beautiful expressive eyes! Lucky you!

Sorry for the mix up.....the above reply went to ceddr by mistake.
 

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As the owner of both a Tonkinese and a Burmese, you have neither. Hair is too long for a Tonk. Eye color is wrong for a Burmese. Also, there is no such thing as a seal point Burmese. Tonkinese are much more blended than this...this is more of a Siamese color. You have a beautiful mixed breed cat ... congratulations.
 
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