This could be any breed of cat. Most breeds have different colour patterns, most of which are very common in most other cat breeds. If you got your cat from a pedigree breeder, then they would have given you papers along with the cat that would say what breed the cat is. If not, it is classed as a Domestic Shorthair or Domestic Longhair (or "moggie"), which is a term used for cats that have mixed genes or have no proof of its linage.
If you still would like to know, try and contact a cat breeder as they have significant knowledge of cat breeds.
A blue and white cat is not a breed it's the coloring of a cat! They are called blue and gray but in appearance they are gray and white! A blue and white cat is not a particular breed, just a blue cat with white.
A white cat can be of any breed. It is simply a white cat.
His a mutt. Maybe of Russian blue decent if he has striking green eyes.
It could be in a Maine Coon - Kittylover2422
You will get a multi-colored cat likely..............
As far as I know there is no specific breed of cat that is black and white. Black and white cats can be the color of almost any breed. :)
Many colors- Green and Bright Red seem to be missing, but we have had black, white, gray, chocolate, calico (white,orange. black) striped- and we have one very pretty girl that is gray, with orange/red underfur. Depends on the breed of the cat.
a calico cat is defined by its white. if it has no white, it is not a calico but a tortiseshell.
The kittens would be plain white, tabby marking and colour, or if the white cat is a mixed breed any colour can be expected
it depends on the cats genetics, the most likely pair would be gray or black tuxedos or black or gray patch. black is a more dominant color so you most likely will have black
None. He's a wild, black-and-white cat, not a specific breed.
Blue is the term given to gray cats.
The breed of cat that is black and white with long eyebrows and short whiskers appears to be a European Shorthair. This breed of cat is native to Italy and Sweden.
A gray cat with white on its legs may either be a blue and white cat or a brown tabby and white cat. If there are no stripes, spots, or other markings on the gray color, then it is a blue and white. If there are stripes, spots, or other markings on the gray color, then the cat is a brown tabby and white. Also if it has light orange/tan marks it could be a Dilute Calico.
It depends because a ginger tom and a black and white mixed breed bred and one of the kittens was grey with ginger splodges. You may get another white cat or brown cat or a white cat with brown splodges.
A tuxedo cat
If it is gray blue with green eyes.
Her cat is a Scottish Fold and she is gray/white
The Birman is a breed of cat that is distinguished by blue eyes, white paws, and a silky coat.
It depends what gene becomes recessive
The description sounds like your cat is a silver/grey tabby. However, the term "tabby" is a coat pattern, and therefore is no indicator of the breed (many different breeds can have tabby markings). If the cat came with no certificate or papers saying what breed he/she is, then he/she is most likely is a mutt/moggy. "Moggy" just means that your cat has a mixed and/or unrecorded lineage.
I have a calico cat her mum is an orange and white house cat and her dad is a black and white house cat no real breeding just a mixture of colours orange black and white they are very pretty.Answer:Calico is a coat colour, not a breed.
Russian Blues and British Blues (and their crosses can be) are grey