Introduction to the oldest species of Siamese cat

       Siamese cats have smooth lines, sharp color contrast, elegant and well-defined noble head, dark blue almond shaped eyes and silky short hair, which make them become active works of art. Combining this beauty with intelligence, curiosity and a love of life, we can get the essence of Siamese cat. Siamese cats, which first appeared in England, were brought home by an ambassador as a gift from Thailand. They appeared almost immediately at cat shows in the UK, and in the US they began in the early 20th century. Seal accent is still the most famous color. Their brown limbs are almost black, and with their light brown bodies, we are deeply moved. The Siamese cat with chocolate key color has cream white body and milk chocolate color of legs, tail, face and ears. Although this kind of color appears frequently, it is the blue key color that was officially recognized earlier. The Siamese cat, recognized in 1934 as the blue key color, has a bluish white body and dark blue extremities. Chocolate accents were later approved. In 1955, the light purple key color was recognized, and the variety was finally improved. The body of light purple key color is white, and the extremities are dark gray with peach color, so it looks very light and beautiful. Although color is a distinctive feature of this breed, body structure is equally important. Siamese cats are studied in terms of length. From the beginning, the breed standard required a long wedge-shaped head and long body lines. Slender legs support a strong tubular body, and slender neck and tail become elegant decorations. The short, close to the body coat perfectly sets off the long lines. The long head of a Siamese cat can be described as a straight profile with a straight chin. From the front, the outline of the face appears to be a smooth wedge, with large ears forming the two corners of the wedge. The most striking sign of the head is the slightly sloping dark blue almond eyes (at least one eye wide apart). Even if you can resist all the other charms of the breed, this pair of eyes can still capture you easily. Siamese cats can show irresistible wisdom and emotion.

What are the colors of British kittens

       It used to be a rather large and strong blue cat. After the 1970s, the color and appearance of the cat began to change. The body size is smaller and smaller, and the variety of fur colors becomes more and more abundant. All the changes are towards elegant style. Today, I will introduce some common colors of British short hair cats. White British short haired cat: This is mainly divided into three kinds, orange eye white cat, blue eye white cat and strange eye white cat. The blue eyes of a cat should have the same depth of blue eyes as the other blue eyes. Cream yellow British short haired cat: it has been very popular since 1950’s, full cream color, light shadow color is preferred, uniform color, from tip to root of hair. And there’s no white hair anywhere in the body. The color of their eyes is mostly gold or copper. Black British short haired cat: the whole body hair is black and all the way to the root of the hair, there is no gradual tone, and no white hair can be found anywhere in the body. Its eyes are mostly gold or copper, and there is no trace of green. Smoky British Bobcat: the origin of the silver bobcat. Because its coat doesn’t have the deep and light colored ringlike of the puffer porpoise. The down is white or light silver, which forms the biggest color contrast with the coat. The eyes are golden or copper. Blue British Bobcat: this short haired cat has golden or copper eyes. The color of the body will also change from light to medium depth of blue, the color is very uniform, and there should be no white or tiger stripes anywhere on the body.

What are the colors of wolf dog’s eyes

       Wolf dog is also a very common pet dog. There are many common wolf dog breeds, such as Demu, black back, Langqing, etc. in addition, some long looking wolf like dogs can also be called Wolf dogs. Wolf dog’s eyes are more sharp, of course, the color of its eyes also have different kinds.

       Wolf dog’s eye color is mostly brown or black, if there are other colors such as dark green, it is a defect. The structure of wolf dog’s eyeball is quite special. The research also found that the dog can distinguish the gray of different color levels, and also can distinguish some colors, especially blue and purple.

       When the light passes through the retina and reaches the iris at the back of the wolf dog’s eye, it is reflected back to the retina again for imaging. This is why dogs and cats can hunt at night with the help of low light. The light reflected from the iris still passes through the retina, which is why the dog’s eyes glow in low light.

       In essence, the wolf dog’s eyes do not emit light by themselves. There are many special crystal points at the bottom of the wolf dog’s eyes. These crystal points have a strong ability to reflect the light. They can gather the scattered light around and gather them into a bunch to reflect them intensively. It seems that the wolf’s eyes are glowing.

Detailed introduction of jinjila cat

       Chinchilla, a historical English name, originally meant to be the name of a kind of Miletus. Jinjila is the first pure artificial breeding, after years of careful breeding, a characteristic cat species. Today’s chinchilla has Silver Tiger spots and a smoky cat breed (though it doesn’t look obvious). In fact, it is difficult to prove the ancestry of jinjila cat, because it was bred by many kinds of cats. But the origin of the cat species has been recorded in detail. All the clues indicate that the breeding of the cat was actually developed by a female cat named chinnie, who was born in 1882. So it’s not known whether the name “chinchilla” comes from chinnie or because it has something in common with chinchilla. Through the unremitting efforts of breeders, chinchilla was first introduced as an independent breed at the Crystal Palace cat show in 1894. One of the most successful chinchilla cats in history is Ms. decies’s ch Fulmer Zaida, born in 1895. She won 17 consecutive cat show titles between the ages of 6 and 10 (1901-1905). The current record holder is Ms. crockmore’s Xue Yun, who won 18 titles, 5 reserve titles and 1 third place between 1948 and 1955! Originally from England, it belongs to a new breed of cat. It is bred by Persian cat. It is also known as “artificial cat” in the cat industry. It is a very cute cat species. Jinjila has shorter limbs and is slightly smaller than Persian cats, but appears more dexterous. Jinjila’s body is covered with thick and glossy hair. In Europe and the United States and other countries, the color system is more common. After years of artificial cultivation, the color system has developed a lot of varieties. Elegant and quiet personality, gentle and personality, it is tender and understanding, like close to people, love clean and clean, with the spirit of communication with people, well-trained jinjila is extremely obedient, closer to the master, strong self-esteem, so don’t scold them at will, otherwise they will be alienated by anger, you even protest with hunger strike! It loves cleaning very much Its personality characteristics are more suitable for indoor breeding, can be said to be the ideal good cat. Standard color: silver white chinchilla: the bottom coat is pure white. The hair tip color of the back, abdomen, head and tail is black. The overall appearance is silver white. Darker limbs are allowed. Chin, ear hair, chest and abdomen are pure white. The eyes, lips and nose have black pigment, just like drawing lines on the above parts. Nose: rose. Feet: black. Eye color: green or turquoise. An incorrect look is a disqualification. For example: red copper, yellow, golden yellow, amber and eye color other than green or blue-green. Shadow ginger: the undercoat is pure white. The hair tip color of the back, abdomen, head and tail is black. The overall appearance is silver grey. Darker limbs are allowed. The overall feeling is darker than that of silver and jinjila. Chin, ear hair, chest and abdomen are pure white. The eyes, lips and nose have black pigment, just like drawing lines on the above parts. Nose: rose. Feet: black. Eye color: green or turquoise. An incorrect look is a disqualification. For example: red copper, yellow, golden yellow, amber and eye color other than green or blue-green. Gold jinjila: the bottom coat is milky yellow. The hair tip color of the back, abdomen, head and tail is black. The overall appearance is golden yellow. Darker limbs are allowed. Chin, ear hair, chest and abdomen are milky yellow. The eyes, lips and nose have black pigment, just like drawing lines on the above parts. Nose: deep rose red. Feet: black. Eye color: green or turquoise. An incorrect look is a disqualification. For example: red copper, yellow, golden yellow, amber and eye color other than green or blue-green. Shadow gold jinjila: the bottom coat is milky yellow. The hair tip color of the back, abdomen, head and tail is black. The overall appearance is darker than that of gold jinjila. Darker limbs are allowed. Chin, ear hair, chest and abdomen are milky yellow. The eyes, lips and nose have black pigment, just like drawing lines on the above parts. Nose: deep rose red. Feet: black. Eye color: green or turquoise. Shape of ear: round at the top, without improper expansion at the bottom, medium size, symmetrical separation, ear hair clusters in spike shape. Eye: round, large, with moderate separation and large opening. Nose: moderately long, protruding, with slight pauses on the side. Moderate alar and nostril, not collapse nose bridge head: round, mouth and nose relatively small, face wide, jaw: more obvious, soft contour, give the impression of a smile. Jaw: broad, strong and well-developed neck: short body: moderate size, short body size. The center of gravity is low. The skeleton is of medium size. The forelegs are straight. Sole: round, strong, compact. Tail: evenly proportioned to the body. No curl, the angle should not be lower than the back when straightening. Coat: a thick, long coat. It has a full loop of neck hair and a hairy tail. The hair on the head and forelimbs is short. The hind legs are covered with fur and look like pants from behind. Soft and silky to the touch. The appearance is smooth and fluffy.

What colors do cats have in their eyes

       Different breeds of cats have different eyes. In fact, there are not many colors of cat eyes. Generally, they are yellow, blue, amber, purple steel, green and light brown. Some of them are different in color. The reason for the difference in the color of cat’s eyes is that different species of cats, or cats of different individuals in the same breed, have different ability to absorb and store pigment. Different pigments are deposited on the retina of all kinds of cats, which makes their retinas have different colors. The color of cat’s eye we see is actually to directly see the cat’s eye through the transparent cornea These colors on the omentum. In cats of different breeds or individuals, the deposition of pigment in the retina is related to the deposition of pigment in the hair follicle. Therefore, there is a certain correlation between the color of cat’s eyes and the color of cat’s fur. For example, flower cats definitely don’t have blue eyes. Black cats have green eyes, while white cats with long hair have blue eyes, sometimes with different colors. We don’t know the actual effect of the color of cat’s eye on the cat itself. However, when people evaluate the color of cat’s eye, the clearer and more transparent the cat’s eye is, the purer the color is, the deeper the color is and the more precious stones are felt. In addition, the color of cat’s eye is one of the important basis to identify purebred cats. Some purebred cats have fixed eye color. For example, pure Siamese and Himalayan cats must have blue eyes. If the appearance of the whole cat is the same as that of a purebred cat, but the color of its eyes does not match the eye color of the purebred cat, it means that the cat has mixed blood of other breeds.