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Hi, new to the forum here, I have had my cat for about a year and a half now, And I was curious to know what type of bicolor cat she is?

After looking up the various types Ive come to guess that she is a "Mask-and-mantle" cat.

Would be nice if anyone could help me out and confirm which type of bicolor cat she is.

Here are pictures of my cat:


 

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Why thank you, her name is Mia. I usually call her Mia-Cat as my username.

She usually spends her time laying around.

 

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She's very like our Baz (except that he has a black nose. Some people ahve described him as a tuxedo but, to be honest, we just call him black and white (as opposed to Lottie who is white and black!!) The description doesn't matter that much - she is absolutely gorgeous.
 

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Cute cat. I'd say you're right on with the mask-and-mantle description (similar to my Nala). Many folks call all B&W bicolors tuxedos, so that's acceptable too. But her tux is missing sleeves and pants! Usually those types of tuxes are only worn by male strippers.
 

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@Nebraskacat That's exactly what I thought after looking at the bicolor cat pattern chart. It's the closest one. And I had a good laugh at the missing sleeves and only the male stripper cats wear those. :D
 

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Black and White Bicolor.....but commonly called "Tuxedo" in this pattern, but I do agree that "Mask and Mantle" is more descriptive......thanks for the link.
 

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MiaCat,
I really like the "Mask & Mantle" description too!:p
Adorable kitty!
Sharon
 
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