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Black footed Cat Description — 4 Comments

    • Yes, you are right. There is a modified version of it – a faint vestige. I would have thought the black-footed cat was a tabby cat and have the M mark but scientists never refer to the wild cats as having tabby coats which implies they don’t have tabby coats. It means different genes are at work which is odd to me because the wild cat ancestor of the domestic cat is the Near Eastern Wild Cat. Surely the tabby domestic cat inherited his coat from this wild cat? If you find a definitive answer to that question please leave a comment. Thanks for visiting.

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