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Monica

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Beauties! I’m especially fond of Ms. Joüet! She’s a lynx point, correct?

Just curious because the lynx sphynx is not well documented in photos online. I’ve searched and searched, most photos are Siamese. Many images tagged as lynx are not actually lynx at all.... much like the high number of blues who are tagged as lilacs by breeders trying to get a higher price tag! You should tag all Joüets photos so she can get some rightfully deserved recogntion! Lol.
 

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What a gorgeous looking barista Jouet is! And Azura is a mysterious Princess of 1001 nights. And Myshka, well Myshka gives us the "I'm very disappointed" face. Guess he was looking out of the window to see if his new brother Ochi wass coming!
 

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Beauties! I’m especially fond of Ms. Joüet! She’s a lynx point, correct?

Just curious because the lynx sphynx is not well documented in photos online. I’ve searched and searched, most photos are Siamese. Many images tagged as lynx are not actually lynx at all.... much like the high number of blues who are tagged as lilacs by breeders trying to get a higher price tag! You should tag all Joüets photos so she can get some rightfully deserved recogntion! Lol.
She is considered a seal and white mink tortie
 

Monica

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She is considered a seal and white mink tortie
Hmmm... I thought the M on the forehead area and nose markings meant lynx? As in resembling the Lynx wild cat markings. It’s a mystery I suppose.
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@Monica google the m on a cat’s head.... usually it refers to being a tabby. Lynx are usually lighter in body coloring like the pic you showed.
 

Monica

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@Monica google the m on a cat’s head.... usually it refers to being a tabby. Lynx are usually lighter in body coloring like the pic you showed.
o_O I give up! I go cross-eyed trying to identify cat coloring. I've referenced the charts, but I guess certain characteristics supersede others? .... Pretty cat, lol.
 
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