Thank you for adding the video. What a beauty! I have 3 cats of my own. So happy to know Venus is not photoshopped.
I fostered one a few years back and called her Harlequin Kitty. Just love the calico and the Torties.
Harvey Dent? :3
Both of them are beautiful, but the the two-tone is my favorite!
Very intruiging and so mysterious…you could look into those eyes forever! I would name this beautiful kitty Paradox.
what a little beauty, so adorable.
My brother had a mixed Siamese that looked like this. He called her Two-Face.
I remember TwoFace and Poopsie … and Duke …
When he came to live with me, he had Twoface and Tuffy.
I remember Duke. He had him when he lived in Lowell.
beautiful tortie. My tortie has a orange face from her brows to chin and has orange on her back legs like thigh boots.
calicos are sooooo cute
What a beauty!
I have a feral cat I am caring for who has a face like this.
One of my four feral kittens (from the same mom) looks like this little guy as well, but without the dual eye color. The mom is all orange.
Not photoshopped…Tortoiseshell markings. I had a Tortoiseshell with a red square over her eye, and a stripe down the center of her nose and a black patch on her chin. This is a beautiful kitten! 8^)
Glad Fukushima was a success on cats!
need video to prove that is real. Beautiful if it is.
neat coloration right down to the front paws.
wow! Not photoshopped?
Beautiful! I’ve come to really love heterochromia.
This is really neat..We have one here where we live that has the same marking’s on her faceHe whole body is almost Half &nd half , Clalliaco. Amazing to see another like her..
Gorgeous right! Although, it isn’t a calico. The difference between a calico and a tortoiseshell is this:
With a calico, there is a significant amount of white, and the two colors are broken up into distinct patches. This has to do with the interaction of white spotting.
With a tortoiseshell, the three colors are blended and don’t form distinct patches. A tortoiseshell may have significant portions of white as well, but the remaining colors are blended (this particular pattern is called a tortoiseshell and white).
A torbie, or patched tabby, is a tortoiseshell where the tabby pattern is very distinct all over the cat. A calico or tortoiseshell may have distinct tabby pattern on the red or cream patches (has to do with another gene we won’t get into at this juncture), but no patterning on the other color. This isn’t a torbie. A torbie is clearly patterned all over the cat — though never on the white.
Oh an just a fun fact…calico cats are always female!
Sorry I forgot to mention…If you combine Tabby markings with Tortie when you end up with “Torbie”.
If so it’s really good job.
Ha! Abby this pic is NOT photoshopped.
wow GOD is Amazing! ty for the info!