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What colors can cats see

The colors that cats see are dependent on the type of illumination. It is important to know that the eyes of cats have a layer of cells called the tapetum lucidum which reflects light in a manner similar to that of a mirror. This helps the cats see in low-light conditions.

What are the colors cats see?

In addition to the colors that humans see, the cat also sees a rainbow of colors, which are dependent on the type of illumination.

What colors can a cat see?

What colors can cats see?

The colors that cats see are dependent on the type of illumination.

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Another funky-eared cat! Scottish Folds’ ears curl forward, unlike American Curl kitties whose ears bend backwards. (If they look familiar, you may be a Swiftie—the singer has two Scottish Fold cats she posts about on the regular.) Scottish Folds have been compared to owls because of their ears and large, golden eyes. Read more

Basically, when it comes to cat colors, cats are black unless they have inherited the sex-linked orange masking gene, in which case, they are red, Miller explains. By red, we mean what is commonly called orange. “The hundreds of colors and patterns displayed in domestic cat coats come about because of modifying factors that include both genes and polygenes, which change these basic two colors,” she says, giving an example of the dilute gene, which changes... Read more

keiwaizumi-deactivated20210815 said: cats are cute, whats your favorite color Answer: grey (anything neutral really)- back at ya. Read more

COLOUR AND PATTERN CHARTS This gene has not yet been seen in cats, but in dogs it is an allele (alternative gene) at the agouti locus. This chart is a suggestion of how colour-and-tan cats would look if the mutation occurred. Theoretically it could be combined white spotting, colourpointing and silver/golden series. Read more

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