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10 Fun Facts About White Cats

By : Sanorita

White cats with blue eyes are often deaf, a result of genetic factors related to coat color. 

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Genetic Quirk

 True albino cats lack pigment in their skin, fur, and eyes, resulting in a pinkish appearance and often poor eyesight.

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Not Albinos

White cats can have different coat patterns, including solid white, white with patches of color (such as black or orange), or white with tabby markings.

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Coat Color Variations

White cats with pink noses and ears may be more susceptible to sunburn and skin cancer than cats with darker pigmentation.

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Sun Sensitivity

They are often associated with positive attributes such as purity, innocence, and good fortune, and are sometimes believed to bring blessings to their owners.

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Symbol of Good Luck

Their mesmerizing gaze and ethereal appearance have inspired artists, writers, and cat enthusiasts throughout history.

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Blue-Eyed Beauties

Their dense coat provides insulation against the cold, allowing them to stay warm and comfortable in chilly weather conditions.

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Cold Weather Adaptation

From ancient Egyptian depictions of the goddess Bastet to modern-day paintings and sculptures, white cats have inspired creativity and admiration among artists

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Artistic Inspiration

White cats have been the subject of various superstitions and folklore around the world. 

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Superstitions and Folklore

Whether they're lounging in a sunbeam, playing with toys, or cuddling with their owners, white cats bring joy and companionship to households around the globe.

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