one coat color—an even, uniformly bright blue with no markings, according to the breed standard.
Chartreux cats are the national cat of France. This breed likely originated in ancient Persia and is rare outside of Europe.
It means "creature of the mist" in German. This blue cat certainly seems like it could disappear into the fog of an early morning.
A dark blue cat breed, described by Thai natives in its homeland as “rain-cloud grey” with a “seafoam” effect on a silver-tipped coat.
It is one of its most common colors that, at one point, the breed was called a "British blue."
A solid blue Oriental looks svelte and elegant with its long legs and almond-shaped eyes.
The blue coat may be categorized as solid, smoke and shaded, tabby, parti-color, bi-color, and Himalayan.
According to the breed standard, the blue coat should be medium gray and exhibit fawn undertones.
The medium-sized shorthair comes in a variety of coat colors and patterns, including blue coats, although rarely.
These are the most popular cats in the U.S., making them the type of cat that 80 per cent of American cat owners have.