Note: If you found this page through any means other than via the Pure Felinity site, you should be aware of the fact that this page was written about cyber cat breeding, not real cats, and that it is tailored to the breeding rules of this site. The genetics of this site are a simplified version of reality, so there may be some principles that do not hold true in real life.

Each eye colour is made up of three components: base colour, colour intensity and blue (stroma) tint. This page assumes that you already know how to work out the components making up the eye colours that you are planning to mate together. If you do not know how to do this, first read the page looking at how to use the Eye Colour Chart. This page also assumes that you have an understanding of what is required in calculating the potential eye colours of offspring. If you are not sure about this process, read the page explaining how to calculate breeding outcomes.

Example 1:
Male: Pale Aqua (base colour yellow, colour intensity level 1, blue tint level 2)
Female: Medium Grey-Green (base colour orange, colour intensity level 1, blue tint level 3)

Potential kitten component outcomes:
Base colour: yellow or orange
Colour intensity: level 1
Blue tint: level 2 or 3

Potential kitten eye colour outcomes:
Base colour yellow: pale aqua (blue tint 2), medium aqua (blue tint 3)
Base colour orange: pale grey-green (blue tint 2), medium grey-green (blue tint 3)

Example 2:
Male: Deep Bronze (base colour orange, colour intensity 3, blue tint level 2)
Female: Sepia cat with Pale Bronze-Olive eyes

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Also in this section:
Eye Colour Genetics
Understanding the Eye Colour Chart
List of Eye Colours and their Components
Calculating Outcomes
Calculation Examples (current page)

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