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this mom has the same parents as yeti, two of her kits are 7.7.5.5. poly.. (the black and one the tabbies) the stripes on the two tigers are great and the black guy has stripes and a hint of redness when the light shine through his fur (all three are boys) its getting close for these guys to adopt some humans..
 

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here's a pic that shows off those silly feet, you can also see he's a black tiger with some other colors hidden in his fur...
 

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My Midnight is a "black" cat, too. However, her fur is actually a deep, dark chocolate brown when hit by sunlight. I think that's what you're seeing with your little tiger. And he's quite the cutie, too.
 

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spaying will be up to my parents(its their cats) the older poly mom(yeti's mom is showing her age) and the genetic line present (front and rear multi extra toes) is rare for polys, polys are rare and this expression is less than10% of polys.. my parents have been able to find homes for most of the kittens(if there was girls in this litter they would have homes already) plus caring for this group of cats gives my parents something to do everyday that can take their mind off other things. so far they haven't been over run with cats!!!(oddly enough three has been the largest litter, a cat that adopted my sister's farm presented her with six, little ivy has been kept confined with her kittens and will be getting spayed)
 

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Hopefully you can convince your parents to stop back yard breeding these cats, they could always foster pregnant cats for a shelter if they want something to keep them busy
 

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I agree with spottycats. While the kittens are cute and are currently finding homes its contributing to the overpopulation problem. Also, are your parents willing to take back any kittens they produce if the owner isn't able to take care of it down the road? This does happen, and if your parents aren't prepared for it then they shouldn't be producing kittens at all.

On top of that if people are paying to 'adopt' the kittens it isn't adoption. It's selling, as in breeding for profit. Especially if the kittens haven't had any shots or medical care before they are 'adopted'. Reputable breeders make sure their kittens are vaccinated, health checked, and stay with their mom's until 12 weeks. Paying for a kitten from a breeder doesn't even begin to recoup the breeder's money, and it shouldn't.

Just my opinion.
 
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