A Tabby Cat features stripes, dots, lines or swirling patterns, usually with an "M" mark on forehead. The tabby is not a breed but a color pattern - most often stripes, but sometimes stripes and whorls, or even spots and stripes. The tabby pattern is so popular that it can be found in many pedigreed cats today, and is accepted in a number of breeds by the most popular registries.
First I wanna remember my brother Whiskers. He welcomed me into the family when I came to live here.
Next I wanna remember Charybdis. She actually had some tabby stripes on her. Look at her orange furs and you will see them.
I really enjoyed getting to know my fellow Tabby Cat Club Members. Sadly many of them left for the Rainbow Bridge this year. I have made graphics for them and now I will share the graphics with you, if that is OK.