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What breed are white cats

White cats are found in many different breeds of domestic cats. The following breeds of cats may also have white coats: Persians, Himalayans, Tonkinese, and Tonkinese crossbreds, Leopard cats, and domestic cats that have been white-colored as kittens. In some cases, a white cat may have a pink or red nose. The cat may have a single white gene or may have two or more genes for white with other colors.

What is the cause of a white cat's coat? A white cat's coat may be caused by a single gene that causes the color to be carried on an autosomal (non-sex) gene. In some cases, the white coat may be caused by a recessive trait. The coat color is a dominant trait. If the white gene is dominant, the cat will not have a white coat if the cat is bred to a cat that has a white coat. If the coat color is recessive, the cat may have a white coat if the cat is bred to a cat that does not have a white coat. White-colored cats are usually white cats with other colors in the coat, such as black.

How does a cat's white coat color affect its health? White cats are generally susceptible to some health problems. White cats with pink or red noses are more susceptible to some of these problems. The following health problems are more common in white cats: Eye disease, including progressive retinal atrophy (PRA)

Dental disease

Skin disease, including persistent ear infections

How are the health problems in white cats diagnosed? Your veterinarian will conduct a complete medical history on your cat. He or she will check your cat's eyes, ears, teeth, and skin to determine if your cat has any of these health problems. If your cat has any of these health problems, your cat may have to be hospitalized. Testing may be done to determine if your cat has any of these diseases. Testing may include: An eye examination. White cats may have eye disease.

Blood tests. White cats may have some health problems that affect the blood or blood-forming organs.

X-rays. White cats may have some health problems that affect the bones.

What is the white cat's lifespan? Cats are known to live an average of 12 to 15 years.

Are white cats healthy? Yes, white cats are healthy.

How can I prevent my cat from having white patches of fur? White patches of fur may be caused by a skin condition. If the patches of white fur grow on the cat's legs, you may want to consult a veterinarian. Your veterinarian can identify the problem and then give you an appropriate treatment plan for your cat.

What should I do if my white cat has white fur around its paws? White fur around the paws may be caused by a skin condition.

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