Because of its uniform coloration, this coat type is the quickest to identify. A cat is not regarded to have a solid coat type if she has any additional splotches of color on her.
As would be anticipated, there are several variants. The white spotting gene is responsible for this coat pattern.
You may hear people refer to a bi-colored cat as a magpie (for its sporadic spots), harlequin (for its sporadic spots and striped tail),
This coat type accounts for the vast majority of feline populations worldwide. A tabby may be one of four different colors.
A striped tabby, or mackerel tabby, is a cat with distinctive vertical stripes that extend from its back to its underbelly.
Red (ginger) and black make up the majority of a tortoiseshell's coloration. The most watered-down kind is the blue and cream tortie,
although there are other variations as well. Females are more likely to have this coat pattern. The two colors may be neatly blended in a brindled tortoise,
This coat type is characterized by lighter body fur with darker highlights on the face, paws, and tail. This is probably due to a gene that makes the cat's tail,
This coat's design features shades of red (ginger), black, and white. A calico may be diluted to display grey, cream, and white spots, much like a tortoiseshell.