Not particularly. This would be like asking is a blonde headed kid is not as smart a brunette. It's the individual animal just like the indivual person. Color has no effect as much as the rearing environment to learn in.Cat ChatNo Tortoiseshell cats are no less intelligent than any other, but all animals have a specific thing that they tend to excel at. AnswerDefinitely not.
No by what I am aware tortoiseshell cats are not aggressive.
In our experience of the past 3 years, yes...and, at times, annoying so. 8-)
Tortoiseshell cats are nearly always female
Cat food!!!! Tortoiseshell cats eat just the same as all other cats.
Tortoiseshell cats are usually white with brown, blonde and black blotches. also, Tortoiseshell cats are almost always girls. if 1 is a boy, it becomes infertile
Well, tortoiseshell cats' fur are in dappling patterns, sort of all blended together, and tabby cats' are usually in stripes.
No. Tortoiseshell is mainly black with other colors. Calico is mainly white with other colors.
They are extremely rare.
There is no easy way to explain this one but give you a very basic answer the reason is in the genetics of having a tortoiseshell or calico coat. If you want a more detailed answer I would direct you to Wikipedia under tortoiseshell cats. Also, on a side note, most male tortoiseshell or calico cats are sterile as in they are unable to reproduce.
Tortoiseshell or orange tabby she-cats. Orange tabby toms.
Yes, there are many purebred Scottish Fold cats that have a tortoiseshell coat.
Tortoiseshell is a specific coat pattern and color. Some breeds of cats may naturally have this, but it tends to show up in mixed breed or "barn" cats. They can be found in any country that has a feral population of cats.
Cats with a fur pattern similar to a tortoise's shell. Most calico cats are tortoiseshells.
Tortoiseshell cats (also called tri-color or tortie) have the same colours as calico cats, but have much less white on them. The tortoiseshell colour is a mix of brown, black and orange, often blended together and giving torties a mottled appearance. It's also important to note that torties and calicos are not breeds; they are just special colorings found in a number of breeds.
b/c all Tortoiseshell cats are born as females. It is just part of the breed.
Not always, but it is very rare for a male cat to be tortoiseshell which is why you usually only see females.
A tortoiseshell cat is a coat color where the cat is a molted brown cat with black, reddish, or orange patches. They can also have white paws. Tortoiseshell cats have unique genetics. The vast majority of tortoiseshell cats are female, because two X chromosomes are required to produce black, gold and orange coloring. Male cats only have one X and one Y chromosome, so technically it's genetically almost impossible for a male to inherit the tortoiseshell coloring. A male tortoiseshell has an extra X chromosome, making it an XXY. According to a study by the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri, only 1 in 3000 tortoiseshell cats is male.
They are almost always females
I have a tortoiseshell cat, and she is fairly friendly... well, she doesn't scratch me or bite me unless she is really freaked out, although she also tends not to like my younger sibling and her friends, but they're all really loud. I, however, can't speak for everyone, I'm sure there are some tortoiseshell cats that aren't friendly at all. 'Tortoiseshell' is just the color of their fur, I think there can be friendly and not so friendly tortoiseshell cats, but I know mine isn't mean.
All tortoiseshell and tortoiseshell and white (Calico) cats are female. But not all gingers are male, though most are.
Tortoiseshell cats are not predisposed to gain weight more than any other breed of domesticated cat. All cats will gain weight if fed too much food and not are inactive.
There actually black and mahogany