"His cat is big."
Translation:Seine Katze ist groß.
"Katze" (capitalised) is general domestic feline; "Kater" is specifically male.
As Belatf said, "sein" can be maculine or neuter, so "sein Hund", "sein Pferd"; "seine" is feminine, so "seine Katze".
sein is for masculine and neuter and seine is for feminine. I'm not sure but I guess it's this
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So because its refering to the cat i'd use the fem form "Seine" because Katze is fem. Would a different word be used if the sentence was "Her cat is big."?
I'm confused about 'groß' meaning big here, but when talking about a person it means tall... Is there a rule for this?
I think "groß" only means tall in terms of people but otherwise means big.