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Taking care of a friend's cats this weekend. The shy girl is hiding under the bed, but the boys were happy to come greet me.

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Shy girl came out.

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Black kitties!!! They're all so sweet


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I've often wondered how people with the same color for all their cats tell the difference. My cats don't wear collars. But I guess if they were both all black and identical I would use the collar to tell the difference. And I guess you learn their personalities and can tell that way. What do people do?

My coworker has two tabbys but they have different eye colors and personalities so she can tell that way.

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Last edited by coilynapp; 01-12-2013 at 12:29 PM.
Our black kittehs are distinctly different. Hedwig is short haired so easy to tell, she also has large ears. Salem is the smallest of all the cats and medium haired and talks A LOT. Dora is long haired, is the largest of all the cats and should have "wide load" written on her butt. Although it was harder when Dora was small to tell her & Salem apart if their back was to you it was pretty easy when you saw their face.
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Our black kittehs are distinctly different. Hedwig is short haired so easy to tell, she also has large ears. Salem is the smallest of all the cats and medium haired and talks A LOT. Dora is long haired, is the largest of all the cats and should have "wide load" written on her butt. Although it was harder when Dora was small to tell her & Salem apart if their back was to you it was pretty easy when you saw their face.
Originally Posted by missbanjo
Your Salem sounds like my Chui. We often have meow conversations. LOL

But not just all black cats. But cats who just look the same. All grey, all white, same spots etc.


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Our black kittehs are distinctly different. Hedwig is short haired so easy to tell, she also has large ears. Salem is the smallest of all the cats and medium haired and talks A LOT. Dora is long haired, is the largest of all the cats and should have "wide load" written on her butt. Although it was harder when Dora was small to tell her & Salem apart if their back was to you it was pretty easy when you saw their face.
Originally Posted by missbanjo
Your Salem sounds like my Chui. All black with a few tufts of white hair on his chest and a white spot on his lower tummy. Medium hair. We often have meow conversations. LOL

But not just all black cats. But cats who just look the same. All grey, all white, same spots etc.


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Originally Posted by coilynapp



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This is Calvin's new cousin who doesn't have a name just yet. Mr. Spring's sister and her husband lost their Piper-girl last year and they finally felt ready for a new addition to their family and picked her up last night.





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This is Calvin's new cousin who doesn't have a name just yet. Mr. Spring's sister and her husband lost their Piper-girl last year and they finally felt ready for a new addition to their family and picked her up last night.

Originally Posted by spring1onu
Adorable!


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I've often wondered how people with the same color for all their cats tell the difference. My cats don't wear collars. But I guess if they were both all black and identical I would use the collar to tell the difference. And I guess you learn their personalities and can tell that way. What do people do?

My coworker has two tabbys but they have different eye colors and personalities so she can tell that way.

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Originally Posted by coilynapp
There's body structure, hair length, eye shape or color, the way the carry themselves. All cat patterns are unique to that animal, and solid colored animals often have a few odd hairs of a different color. You tend to notice the odd hairs when you pet or play with them a lot, then you can't unsee them.

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This is Calvin's new cousin who doesn't have a name just yet. Mr. Spring's sister and her husband lost their Piper-girl last year and they finally felt ready for a new addition to their family and picked her up last night.

Originally Posted by spring1onu
What is she? What is she?

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Oops on me, it's a HE not a she. I knew that, not sure why I typed she.

In his momma's words:
"Breed is mix of lab, german shepherd, and possibly husky...he was the only fluffy one of his litter. Two of his litter mates were tan and black like shepherds so we shall see what kind of giant he will grow to be!"

She said they were calling him Governor at the shelter, but they're thinking of calling him Admiral and are taking suggestions for names. He doesn't really look like an Admiral to me.




Byron,GA> Charleston, SC> Jacksonville, FL> Guilford, CT> Rohnert Park, CA! A southern drawl in sunny Cali! .
The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
I do have a secret yen for pink in unexpected places. ~ninja dog
I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
I've often wondered how people with the same color for all their cats tell the difference. My cats don't wear collars. But I guess if they were both all black and identical I would use the collar to tell the difference. And I guess you learn their personalities and can tell that way. What do people do?

My coworker has two tabbys but they have different eye colors and personalities so she can tell that way.

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Originally Posted by coilynapp
There's body structure, hair length, eye shape or color, the way the carry themselves. All cat patterns are unique to that animal, and solid colored animals often have a few odd hairs of a different color. You tend to notice the odd hairs when you pet or play with them a lot, then you can't unsee them.

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Originally Posted by cympreni
Yes, I notice the odd ball different color hairs. My Chui has 6-8 white hairs on his chest and right on his neck. And a small patch of white on his tummy. When we're playing "meow meow tummy rub" (yes, that's the name of the game), I see them But standing from behind, you can't see anything but black. He has a lean body, different from my long hair fatty (well she's not fat, just looks huge and poofy). I still call her my little fatty.
Sergeant?
Ensign?
Captain?
Boatswain?

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