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
Silver-gray coat color of cats is rarely called banal gray: as a rule, it is called blue, although, of course, there are several different varieties of color and, as a result, types of names.
In general, gray cats are distinguished by wool of a light or dark gray, pure and uniform shade without impurities of a different color. Directly blue colors include light tones with a slight admixture of silver, which are combined with the bluish-gray color of the paw pads and nose lobes. Continue reading
Exotic Shorthair cats are a variety of Persian cats. They have funny fat muzzles, which are very similar to the Persians and a short plush coat, giving them a real unique charm that attracts the eye. An exotic cat is very friendly to people, and this quality is largely borrowed from Persian cats, who are very sociable by nature. Continue reading