When many people picture a British Shorthair, the im age that springs to mind is the classic British Blue: a handsome kitty with solid blue-grey fur and amber eyes. In actual fact, though, British Shorthairs exist in a range of amazing colours and patterns. Many of these have been formally recognised by the various cat registries. While some colourations are not recognised, and would disqualify the cat as a show animal, they are often beautiful and endearing in their own way. While not given to extended sessions of lap time, they are nonetheless deeply affectionate , loyal and easy to get on with.
British Shorthair Colours – Full Guide
British Shorthair Colours – Full Guide – My British Shorthair
The British Blue is quite possibly the most recognisable cat on the planet. Discover their origins and what makes them so popular. The picture above is our British Blue queen. What a beauty she is! Originally, all British Shorthair cats were tabby cats.
Scottish Fold Cats and Kittens – Cat Breed Information
Have you ever wondered what colors can a British shorthair cat have? I know I did. However, I will list them all and then going to explain some of them, because this breed can come in a lot of different colors. They can come in white, black, chocolate, red, blue, lilac, cream, cinnamon, fawn, black tortie, chocolate tortie, blue tortie, lilac tortie, cinnamon tortie, fawn tortie, smoke, silver or gold shaded, silver or gold shell, classy tabby, classic silver or golden tabby, mackerel, silver or gold tiger, spotted, silver or golden spotted, color-point and finally tabby color-point.
Discover the perfect British Shorthair eye colour, and how to breed for exceptional eyes. The British Shorthair is famous for his distinctive eye colour: the best known British Shorthair is the blue, with his beautiful orange-amber eyes. But there are many more colours of British Shorthair for those looking for something a little more unusual!