No. There are variations of cats mistaken for miniatures, but no real miniature breed. Some people consider some cats "teacups" because they stay tiny, but only like the dog version, they are unhealthy and typically hold some sort of medical condition accounting for their stunted growth. Munchkins also sometimes referred to miniature cats, because they have shortened legs. However, their body size is still relatively the same size as a normal cat, and they should not be purposefully bred as it is a irregularity and can cause serious health issues.
Answers: I'm not really sure, but years ago I got two sisters from the Blue Cross.one grew up to be big and fat and the other stayed really small and other slim...don't know why...maybe the small one was the runt of the litter...what she lacked contained by size though she made up for with brains...she ran rings round her sister...and even used to knock the door knocker to be let within...lol
No, there's no miniature cat breed. Your cat might be the runt of her litter. They sometimes stay smaller. There's a feral cat external that looks like it's about 6 months old. Only point is, the cat's been around for almost 2 yrs.
Whatever you have, she is a cute little point.
Some cats are just fluently very small build and dwarfism can occur naturally contained by random bred cats. This link explains the different causes.
there are munchkin cats just like at hand are dogs (with the lil short legs )
but this one looks fairly normal..when they are small it does seem they stay that channel for ever but sooner or later youll be able to tell shes getting bigger..i hold this problem too with my cats