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Black/Brown Classic Torbie  with White Mitts & Boots ©  not available for color reference only

Often referred to as "Mother Nature's Idea of Abstract Art." ...

* Torties (tortoiseshell), Torbies (underlying tabby pattern),  and Calicos (tricolour) are very interesting! They tend to have what the cat fancy calls Tortie-tude. More than any other color, these girls have an "opinion" on everything. They will tell you exactly what that opinion is! At the same time, they can be one of the sweetest cats you will ever own. Only Females come in these colors ... see FAQ  page to find out why?

 

Blue/Silver Torbie with White Mitts & Boots © not available for color reference only

 

Blue/Silver Torbie with White Mitts & Boots © not available for color reference only

Photos of "Rory" courtesy of Jake & Caroline. Thank you.  

 

     

* Blues/Silvers/Blue-Silvers /Grey Torbies/Tabbies are not as common as this color gene is recessive, meaning both parents must have the recessive dilute gene, in order for this color to be expressed.

 


Cream Tabby ... a rich café au lait coloring ... deliciously indulgent! © not available for color reference only

* Cream Tabbies are not as common as this color gene is recessive, meaning both parents must have the recessive dilute gene, in order for this color to be expressed. Cream cats are usually male with females existing at a ratio of 1 out of every 5 cream cats.

 

Red Classic Tabby  & White ©  for color reference only

  

 

Red Classic Tabby  © not available for color reference only
 

 

Red Classic Tabby & White © not available for color reference only

* Our Red Tabbies are well known for their vibrant and intense red body coloring and lighter contrasting paws (and bright white contrasting paws in the bi-colored variety).

* Red /Orange Cats Study: In a University of California Study, Berkeley, researcher surveyed 189 people with experience of cats as pets and found that they were more likely to assign positive personality traits to red/orange cats. Red/Orange cats were most often characterized as friendly.  Red/Orange cats are usually male, with females existing at a ratio of 1 out of every 5 red/orange cats and are therefore considered rare.

* Our Red Tabbies are well known for their vibrant and intense red body coloring and lighter contrasting paws (and bright white contrasting paws in the bi-colored variety).

 

 Black & White Bicolor Mariama ® Photo ©

 

 

 

 


 

   

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