Frankly, I don't want to bring that topic up with my friend... I've already mentioned once that her friend shouldn't breed the pair, and she doesn't take it very well (her friend promised one kitten to her, and she was so eager waiting since). She is convinced that the kitten is pure breed, so if I ask about the paper, she possibly will feel offended.
This question is more to serve my curiousity, as I've always been interested in cat gene. I've seen many pure breed Siamese in person or online, but never once see one with white paws. Also I know that Siamese and bicolor ASH are mixed to create Snowshoe. So if people just want a colorpoint shorthair cat with white paws, why not just use two white paws Siameses and create a new "mitted" color pattern, similar like the mitted Ragdoll? Does that mean Siameses don't carry "white paw gene" at all, so they have to be mixed with other breed to get the white paws?
Last edited by yingying; 12-17-2011 at 12:02 AM.