We thought Tristan was Russion Blue when he was a kitten but as he got older he became really solid and as I uderstand it Russian blues are finely built. I was thinking maybe Russian blue cross British short hair, at a guess I am no expert
All or ours are rescues to. Oscar my Manx was dumped, ridled with fleas and ear mites and starving to death. He was extremely anti-social and does not get along with other animals either. He is my only cat and has to be kept seperate to any other animals because he will attack them and cause serious damage! He adores me and is a very one person cat. He is nervous of most people but some he is very aggressive to. If he thinks I am in danger he is just like a guard dog and pull attack whatever he thinks is a threat to me. I love him to bits.
Another kitten was dumped with my cat. He is a short haired ginger named Garfield also was riddled with fleas, earmites and was so extremely skinny he had temporarily paralysis in the hind legs. I nursed him back to health and my sister took him.
Mum has Tristan who was dumped in a cane paddock and poisoned from drinking poisoned water from a hydrant in the cane paddock. He was very sick for a long time. I had to force feed with a syringe and administer so many meds...... thankfully he pulled through.
Whiskas a ginger and white cat was dumped at the local tip, mum and dad took him on..........he is 18 years old now!
Then there is Millie and her three kittens. Millie was dumped and left to starve, riddled with Tape worm and a walking skeleton. She got pregnant and had three very wild kittens. It took me a year to befriend Millie and she is now one of the most affectionate cats I have ever known. We really did not want to keep the kittens too, we already had more than enough cats but they were feral sooooooooooo wild they would have been euthanaised at the RSPCA and noone else would want cats that would rip you to pieces if you tried to pick them up.......... so mum adopted them too.
All the cats are desexed and vaccinated. We NEVER wanted this many but what can you do? I only have the one but live at home with my parents and sister and their cats. Millies kittens are Ebony-pure black female Casper- Pure white male and Amber- tortoiseshell female. Millie is Blue cream mixed breed with some Siamese in her.