What Does a Tabby Cat Look like?

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There is no one way to describe what a tabby cat looks like because they come in a wide range of colors. The main characteristic of a tabby cat, though, is that they have darker markings on a lighter coat. This could be black stripes and spots on a grey coat, or orange stripes and spots on a tan coat, or any variation.
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A tabby cat is one with stripes in it's fur. They can be red tabby or gray tabby. The red tabby will actually look more orange and are very pretty. A tabby is a larger cat that tends to gain more weight and be a bigger cat.
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A tabby cat usually has interesting markings and colors. Many tabby cats have strips, almost like a tiger's markings and can be any sort of combination of colors.
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1. Fur. They can have a great variation of looks, lengths and colors. Most commonly, tabby cats are either grey, brown or orange, have short to medium length fur, with stripes or
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