To determine your cat's feelings, you can observe its body language, vocalizations, and behavior. A cat's ears, eyes, tail, and fur can all give clues to its emotional state. For example, a relaxed cat may have slightly open eyes and a twitching tail, while a frightened or aggressive cat may have wide eyes, a tense body, and flattened ears.
To know your cat's breed, one way is to consult a veterinarian who is knowledgeable in feline genetics. They will be able to examine your cat's physical characteristics and may be able to make an educated guess as to its breed. Another way is to use DNA test, which can provide a report of your cat's genetic makeup and can indicate the breeds present in your cat.
However, it is important to note that many cats are of mixed or unknown heritage, and a DNA test or a veterinarian's guess may not be able to confirm a specific breed. It is also important to note that the breed does not define the cat's personality, temperment or behavior.