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PF only works with coat and eye colours, but not nose/paw leather colour. Eye colour is covered in the 'Eye Colour' section of this suite, so this section refers purely to the coat colours. These colours are detailed on the next few pages. These pages are purely a list & description of the different colours, and do not include any genetic information. For genetic details of any of the colours, please see either 'overview of the different genes used' or 'explanations of the genes'. The colours on PF are based on those of 'real life' cats, but there may occasionally be slight variations. The descriptions below have therefore been written as outlines of the colours as they appear on PF, and are not meant to accurately describe the 'real life' colours. For fuller descriptions of the colours as they appear in 'real life', please see the colour page of the CCA.

For the sake of ease, the colours are grouped into the following sections:

Tortie (Solid Tortie)
Albino - Pointed, Burmese and Mink
White Spot

Go to:
Genetics Help Home
Colours (current page)
The basics
Overview of the different genes used
Explanations of the genes
How to work out the results of a breeding
Some examples of breeding calculations
Further help