An 8 week kitten Bi-colored black and white Tuxedo. White paws, chin and belly. Great fun personality and loveable sweethearts! Their parentage is of the same that created the snowshoe breed. Thus the white mittens and boots! Extremely intelligent even Shakespeare owned one! Comes to you box trained and ready for their forever family. Eating solid foods and weaned, they will be bathed and have a nail clipping just before pickup. They have been family raised and loved. You will receive records for their first shots and worming and a sample quart size bag of their food preference. If you love the idea of having this kitten please call.
Tuxedo cats are best known for their bi-colored coats that look like, well, tiny tuxedos. Although many tuxedo cats are black and white, these gorgeous kitties' coats can also be gray, silver, orange, and even tortoiseshell with patches of white. But there's a lot more to tuxedo cats than their good looks. Nope, tuxedo cats aren't a particular breed. Rather, they get their name from the distinct, bi-colored (also called piebald) markings on their coats that resemble tuxedos. Because they can be a variety of breeds, like Maine Coon, Turkish Angora, American Shorthair, or British Shorthair, their coats can be short, shaggy, long, or silky. I have two in this litter one with shorthair the other a bit longer.