Almost every owner of a pedigree cat thinks at a certain moment: “Shouldn’t we go to the exhibition?”. But the majority rejects this thought, because with it a lot of questions arise: where is the cat show held, can our darling take part, why bother to spend time at this event? Let’s start with the main thing.
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One of the most common colors in this category is blue. It is a gray color, which added some other shades, and is a consequence of the long work of felinologists. Most often, the blue color is common in cats of the British breed and Russian blue cats, although British kittens of the blue color are more popular. Their wool has a higher quality, and its color is uneven and contains tones of a wide range – from light blue to rich blue shades. Continue reading
Thanks to constant crossbreeding and various experiments, felinologists managed to bring out a lot of feline colors, many of which look simply amazing and unusual. However, the genetics of cats’ colors even made the most extraordinary colors standard for certain breeds: these standards should correspond not only to the color of the cats, but also to the color of their nose lobes, paw pads and eye color, and only this strict correspondence can be considered proof of the cat’s true identity. to a particular breed. Continue reading
Probably, everyone who loves cats, has repeatedly heard in his life a famous belief that tricolor cats in any home bring happiness and special patronage. And white cats with black and red spots are considered especially valuable: white symbolizes purity, black – the ability to fight evil spirits, red – the ability to drive away diseases and bring gold to the house. It is on this type of color that many beliefs are built. Continue reading
The bicolor color of cats is differently called bicolor. As a rule, such features of color are peculiar only to some breeds of animals, and in general, bicolor cats were recognized quite recently – mainly in 1969, when they were actively shown at exhibitions and specially bred. Prior to this, two-colored cats for some reason were considered “defective.” Continue reading