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    Default sex identification for L.alexandri aka pacman cat.


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    hi!!! i am new in this board....have a question on L. alexandri....how to differentiate between male or female...please kindly advice... thanxs.

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    MAles are larger while females are shorter and rounder,more bulky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William
    MAles are larger while females are shorter and rounder,more bulky.
    thanxs...what i am refering is, any obvious indication on the finnages or so? currently mine is only abt 10". guess its to early to sex them...

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    No-, There are no easy obvious indication as far as i know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William
    No-, There are no easy obvious indication as far as i know.
    thanxs...

    any 2nd opinion? anyone???

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