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She's a DSH (domestic short hair) brown mackrel tabby. A cat's breed, unlike a dogs, can't be determined without papers, and only purebred cats from reputable breeders actually come with documentation. That doesn't mean that there couldn't be a purebred ancestor somewhere further up your kitten's family tree, but there's no way to determine if this is the case--even if the kitten was purebred there would be no way to know for sure if she didn't come with papers. Whatever her genetic history, she's adorable! :D
 
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