Are there wild tabby cats?
The tabby cat is a breed of domestic cat, although you can get strays they are not proper 'wild cats'. However, most wild cats have very tabby-like coats.
Domestic cats are descended from the African wild cat.
A tabby cat's stripes reflects its wild counterparts' natural coat pattern which it uses for camouflage.
A family of wild cats could be some wild cats, but they are family. Or wild cats like the Ocelot (a kind of endangered wild cat) breed with a tamed cat to make another breed of tamed cats, like the Ocicat (and Ocelot breed with a tabby)
All domestic cats (not wild) are descended from the tabby. Tabbies are not a specific breed. The term refers to a pattern on the cats. Tabbies have an M-shaped marking on their forehead.
Sort of. Some "wild" species of cats have tabby markings. The modern domestic house cat line is traced back to a wild species called the African Wild Cat which can have tabby markings (which is part of the reason the African wildcat is attributed to being the "original" house cat). There are wild cat species on several continents that have markings resembling tabbies. House cats are also particularly good at reverting to their wild instincts… Read More
tiger in wild but normal cats the tabby cat It takes place where, in captivity, tiger but in the wild a lion.
Yes, tabby cats can be female.
Yes Tabby cats rock...they are the best
You can purchase a Tabby Cat online at Oodles in the Cat Section. They have Tabby Cats from all over the United States. Some of the owners will ship them to you. Some of the Tabby Cats are free, some you will have to pay for.
Cats with the Tabby coat pattern are incredibly common. The majority of moggies have some variation of the Tabby pattern, so it is safe to say there are far more Tabby cats than tigers in the world.
There are 4 types of tabbies - the Classic Tabby, the Mackerel Tabby, the Spotted Tabby and the Ticked Tabby.
Tabby Cats, which is basically a color designation, are very clever, as well as most other species of cats.
My red tabby is the playfulest of my three cats
You can determine if a tabby cat is male or female by its color. Ginger tabby cats tend to be male while tortoiseshell tabby cats are female.
Domesticated cats live in homes. Any domesticated cat breed can live in a home, for say a Tabby or Siamese cat. Domesticated cats are the opposite of wild cats, which can not be held in the captivity of a home.
Tabby is a colour not a breed.
Seeing as the term "Tabby" is coat pattern found on some cats (and in several breeds), the size and length of a tabby cat can be incredibly varied.
Tabby cats are incredibly common. The tabby coat pattern can be found on many breeds of cat, but is particularly common in moggies/Domestic Shorthairs.
It is near impossible to know how many tabby cats there are in the world. The Tabby pattern is the most common pattern, particuarly on mixed breed cats, or cats that are no particular breed (often called Domestic Shorthair/Longhair or Moggies). The Tabby pattern can also be found in several pedigree breeds.
Orange tabby cats are thought to have come from the African desert. Over time, the have adapted into smaller, domesticated cats.
Tabby is a naturally-occurring color pattern within cats. It has developed on its own over time, and while humans may have encouraged it by breeding cats for the tabby patter, it originally came from nature.
"Tabby" is not a breed of cat. If you have a tabby cat this is just reffering to the cats coat of fur. But, the initial origin of the word, "Tabby" seems to be from the Attabiyah section of Baghdad where a type of striped silk was made that was later used to describe the way a cats fur looked.
Female Tabby cats are fairly popular (at least here in Sacramento) because the female tabby is apparently more rare than the male. I am not sure if it genetic or just my luck but 90% of tabby cats I have seen over the years have been overweight also.
Not at all. The Tabby pattern is probably the most common coat pattern found on domestic cats.
Tabby is a coat pattern, not a breed. Domestic cats can run up to speeds of 30mph.
No, Tabby is a coat pattern
Well, tortoiseshell cats' fur are in dappling patterns, sort of all blended together, and tabby cats' are usually in stripes.
most all cats are
Tortoiseshell or orange tabby she-cats. Orange tabby toms.
No, tabby cats are not a separate breed themselves. Many different cat breeds can have tabby pelts. If your cat is a large tabby, it probably came from a breed of cats that is larger than others, such as the Maine Coon. But there are many tabby cats that are small too, like the Munschkin.
i have one, grey tabby cats, well all tabby cats have a 'm' shape on their fore head
orange tabby cats can get to be as big as the father if it is a boy, and it can get as big as big as the mother if its a girl. Genetics.
On the contrary - the Tabby pattern is probably the most common seen on cats, both male and female.
This is lost to history. Tabby cats have been around for centuries, and it is unknown even when they first appeared.
Seeing as the term "Tabby" is coat pattern found on some cats and in several breeds, the size and personality of a tabby cat can be incredibly varied. A cat's hunting skill depends on the individual; some cats are very skilled in hunting, whereas other cats are not.
No, I have personally had female orange tabby cats.
Not always, but it is possible. If they do, it is called tabby & white.
They can live where ever any cats can live. The tabby coat is just a pattern; any breed cat can have it.
Tabby Cats need the same care as normal cats! Food, water, and lots of cuddles and attention :)
It is not specified what breed he is, but it says that he is a tabby. A tabby is not a breed.
Orange tabby cats are so sweet because that is their nature. All cats are pretty much sweet unless they are provoked or treated unkind.
Tabby is an incredibly common coat pattern found in cats, particularly in Domestic Short or Long hairs, or "moggies."
Well, there are Maltese tigers, snow leopards, golden tabby tiger, white lion, black panther, puma, and many, others
Yes. Feathertail is a tabby, like her mother Silverstream. In "Cats of the Clans" her picture is of a silver tabby much like her mother. Her father Graystripe is , as well, a tabby. So yes she is a tabby.
Yes, they are distantly related. They both belong to the same family Felidae.
Seeing as the term "Tabby" is coat pattern found on some cats, the size and width of a tabby cat can be incredibly varied.
It is the officialm mark of the "makarel tabby" the m is at the front of "makarel"
The most common color cats are the brown tabby cats.
Orange Tabby Cats love people that are really nice. They also love cat toys. Sometimes they love to play with people.
No, tabby cats are just as likely to be either male or female. The genes that determine the tabby pattern of a cat's coat are unrelated to those that determine the gender. The related links have more extensive information on this subject.