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Demystify your cat's appearance with 25+ trait tests.

Albinism (Discovered in Oriental breeds)

The Albino (Discovered in Oriental breeds) variant results in white fur, a pink nose, and pale blue eyes.

Amber (Discovered in the Norwegian Forest Cat)

The Amber variant results in a rare golden coat color called amber which was first discovered in Norwegian Forest Cats.

Charcoal (Discovered in the Bengal)

The Charcoal pattern presents as a dark face mask with a darkly shaded stripe on the back known as a dorsal stripe or "cape."

Chocolate

The Chocolate variant results in medium to dark brown or chocolate colored hair instead of black hair.

Cinnamon

The Cinnamon variant results in light brown or cinnamon colored hair instead of black or brown hair.

Colorpoint (Discovered in the Burmese)

The Colorpoint (Discovered in the Burmese) variant causes temperature-sensitive pigment production at the extremities or "points" (face, ears, feet and tail).

Colorpoint (Discovered in the Siamese)

The Colorpoint (Discovered in the Siamese) variant causes temperature-sensitive pigment production at the extremities or "points" (face, ears, feet and tail).

Dilution

The Dilution variant causes a lightening of coat color pigments. Black pigment is diluted to blue, chocolate to lilac, cinnamon to fawn and red to cream.

Glitter

The Glitter variant results in a softened hair texture and gives an iridescent sheen to the coat.

Hairlessness (Discovered in the Sphynx)

The Hairlessness (Discovered in the Sphynx) variant causes a cat to have little or no hair.

Long Hair (Discovered in many breeds)

The Long Hair (Discovered in many breeds) variant is one of four variants known to cause long hair in cats.

Long Hair (Discovered in the Norwegian Forest Cat)

The Long Hair (Discovered in the Norwegian Forest Cat) variant is one of four variants known to cause long hair in cats.

Long Hair (Discovered in the Ragdoll and Maine Coon)

The Long Hair (Discovered in the Ragdoll and Maine Coon) variant is one of four variants known to cause long hair in cats.

Long Hair (Discovered in the Ragdoll)

The Long Hair (Discovered in the Ragdoll) variant is one of four variants known to cause long hair in cats.

Lykoi Coat (Variant 1)

Lykoi Coat (Variant 1) is one of the variants known to result in the sparse coat of the Lykoi cat.

Lykoi Coat (Variant 2)

Lykoi Coat (Variant 2) is one of the variants known to result in the sparse coat of the Lykoi cat.

Mocha (Discovered in the Burmese)

The Mocha variant reduces dark pigment levels resulting in a lighter colored coat, aqua eyes, and a pink nose and paw pads.

Partial and Full White

The Partial and Full White variants can result in a partial white (bicolor) or full white appearance, depending on the length of variant inherited.

Polydactyly (Variant 1)

Polydactyly (Variant 1) may result in extra toes on either the front or all four feet.

Polydactyly (Variant 2)

Polydactyly (Variant 2) may result in extra toes on all four feet.

Polydactyly (Variant 3)

Polydactyly (Variant 3) may result in extra toes on all four feet.

Rexing (Discovered in the Cornish Rex and German Rex)

The Rexing (Discovered in the Cornish Rex and German Rex) variant is one of the variants that results in a curly coat in cats.

Rexing (Discovered in the Devon Rex)

The Rexing (Discovered in the Devon Rex) variant is one of the variants that results in a curly coat in cats.

Russet (Discovered in the Burmese)

The Russet variant results in a gradual color change from brown tabby to red as the cat ages.

Short Tail (Variant 1)

Short Tail (Variant 1) is associated with a naturally short "bobbed" tail and was first discovered in Manx cats.

Short Tail (Variant 2)

Short Tail (Variant 2) is associated with a naturally short "bobbed" tail and was first discovered in Manx cats.

Short Tail (Variant 3)

Short Tail (Variant 3) results in a shortened tail with kinks or angles and was first discovered in Japanese Bobtail cats.

Solid Color

The Solid Color variant results in solid coloring of the hair shaft and is also known as Non-agouti.

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