Grumpy Cats Father
Such a handsome boy!!
I love this cat!!!! Pics of Tard make my day
You should make use of an apostrophe. “Grumpy Cat’s” father and mother.
That said, your cats are adorable.
Are you from Reddit?
He looks like a big boy.
He’s beautiful! Is he neutered now? Does he belong to you or just a stray? His face reminds me of a bobcat and he looks big. I have two big boys myself. Are these Pokey’s parents too?
He belongs to a neighbor; but is always outside.
Tard, do you know that your look is copmared to the look of German politicians ? That’s insulting as you’re such a cute cat!
For Tardar Sauce to have the markings that she does it’s unlikely that the tabby (handsome though he is)is her dad. I think her mother may have had more than one gentleman caller.
Starting to see where the strange mixer of genes came from. Dad has a smaller rounder face where as mum has big eyes and ears…but if Pokey’s dad is someone different, I got nothin :p
Maury Povich says: “The results are in……You are NOT the father!!!” (Cue funky music and this cat starting to dance a funky dance.) Seriously though – this cat, the mother, and Tardar are beautiful and it’s good to know they’re in a loving home. Rock on!
We had a cat with identical markings as Tardar Sauce…
The mom was black and white, and the dad was a Red Point Siamese.
The combination of those two gaves us 2 snowshoe looking kittens, and 2 turkish van looking kittens.
So, the parents’ pattern type doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the kittens’ patterns if they’re mixed breeds.
He looks so big though!
And I thought MY cat was huge! wow!
Snowshoes were actually developed by cross breeding siamese kitties with “tuxedo” kitties. I have one (a Snowshoe) and there are times when I can also see distinct tabby markings on his dark markings so I would guess that you have some delightful recessive gene kitties and I am glad that you are such a loving mom… And I’ll tell you what, little Tardar Sauce has brought a lot of giggles into our house!! We especially loved “grump on a stump”.
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