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Don't disrupt the mother-kitten flow within the first few weeks of life. Don't get too anxious to determine the sex of your cats. Start by picking them up, gently petting them, and snuggling them close to your body. Some breeders say the appearance of the genitalia is like punctuation marks. A female cat's face will resemble an upside-down exclamation point. A male cat's genitalia looks more like a colon. If testes are present, the cat is male. (max _bytes(150000):striped-icc()/eight-week-old tortoiseshell-Kitten-playing-with-toilet-roll-717166785-5c4799dfc9e77c0001e652b0. jpg) Tortoises and tri-colored cats are almost always female. Orange or ginger-colored kittens may start to roam as they approach sexual maturity. Males are also more restless and aggressive.
Some people claim male cats are friendlier and more outgoing. You can see why the cats purr here. Watch now: How to tell if your cat is purring. . . .