Chris Morgenroth

Chris Morgenroth

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Heterochromia kitty

odditiesoflife: “ Animals with Heterochromia As you may have noticed, these furry friends have truly beautiful and unique eye coloring. This difference in eye color – in humans or animals – is known.

A cat that was for adoption at the Placer SPCA in CA. Notice the heterochromia iridum eyes.

A cat that was for adoption at the Placer SPCA in CA. Notice the heterochromia iridum eyes.

Jack the Cat in 2010. He loved to pose for photos. My second cat to have heterochromia.

Jack the Cat in He loved to pose for photos. My second cat to have heterochromia.

Two odd-eyed cats. An odd-eyed cat is a cat with one blue eye and one eye of either green, yellow, or brown. This is a feline form of complete heterochromia,  a condition that occurs in some other animals. The condition most commonly affects white-colored cats, but may be found in a cat of any color, provided that it possesses the white spotting gene.

Two odd-eyed cats. An odd-eyed cat is a cat with one blue eye and one eye of either green, yellow, or brown. This is a feline form of complete heterochromia, a condition that occurs in some other.

Heterochromia in Cats

Turkish Angora In some dog shows, such eye color variation can be considered a negative. Conversely, many prize cats are odd-eyed. In Turkey, the Ankara Zoo and the government help breed pure white.