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Hi all, I'd just be interested to know what colour I can actually call my boy Smudge. He's grey, black & white. Although he almost looks cream around his mouth and his chest. I'm absolutely clueless about this stuff, so I'm just interested in finding out! :)
Any help is appreciated!!

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Does he have any tan color anywhere? He looks a lot like my Decimal who I consider a brown mackerel tabby and white. I would have thought gray tabby, but when I read online I determined she would be categorized as brown.
 

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Does he have any tan color anywhere? He looks a lot like my Decimal who I consider a brown mackerel tabby and white. I would have thought gray tabby, but when I read online I determined she would be categorized as brown.
Yeah he has TINY little tan/cream bits around his face and his chest, but he's mainly black, white & grey!


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Blue Mackeral Tabby....referred to as "blue" by cat fanciers, or commonly grey tabby, blue tabbies, often have a creamy or buff color around face. The barring or striping can be dark grey as well.
 
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