The term “Tabby Cat” is not a breed, but rather a coat pattern found in dozens of cat breeds both domestic and wild, because of this determining the origin would be impossible. There are five basic types of Tabby patterns; mackerel, classic, spotted, patched and ticked. The patched pattern includes CALICOS. Many people use the word Tabby to describe a cat of mixed breeding or unknown breeding, and since this is meant to be a term relating to the coat pattern, if the cat in question has these patterns, this term would be correct. This term refers to cats of short hair and long hair and can be used when the pattern is so slight, you can only see it if the cat is wet, revealing the skin color.
Picture your cat, with a red cape, gold tone pitch fork, red horns sitting on a shiny 1 ½” diameter red disc. We take our hand painted Tiny Ones figurines and mount a set of tiny red horns on its head, attach a red cape and gold tone pitch fork or trident, then place this little devil on a shiny red disc making the cutest little devils around! Each Tiny One measures about 2” tall. These unique collectibles come individually packaged ready to give as a gift, or hang in your store.