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A Brief Explanation of Tuxedo Cat Personality

Tuxedo cats are those that obtain black and white bodies. It sometimes resembles formal wear. Any breed of cat that consists black and white color body comes under the Tuxedo cats category. People generally ask- is tuxedo cat a breed? Then in their reply, we will say any cat with a black and white body […]

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A Brief Explanation of Tuxedo Cat Personality

Tuxedo cats are those that obtain black and white bodies. It sometimes resembles formal wear. Any breed of cat that consists black and white color body comes under the Tuxedo cats category.

People generally ask- is tuxedo cat a breed? Then in their reply, we will say any cat with a black and white body is a Tuxedo cat. 

Characteristic of a Tuxedo Cat

The tuxedo word came from the formal tuxedos that men wear. Any breed of cat can be a tuxedo. A tuxedo cat personality is like wearing boots and a tie (white body with black patches over the tie and boots area). Some of them have stripped noses, a black belt area, etc.

Personal Care of Tuxedo Cats

Although tuxedo cats are no different, except for tuxedo cat patterns so they don’t require any different care than a normal cat:

  • Regularly brush and wash their feathers
  • Provide quality food
  • Trim nails
  • Clean litter box in a silent area
  • Toys to play
  • Enough space to play
  • Clean bed to sleep

Health Issues in Tuxedo Cats

As tuxedo cat personality traits depend upon the breed of the cat. But if we talk about the health issues, some of tuxedos are more prone to them:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Feline Immunodeficiency virus
  • Feline Leukemia virus
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Kidney issues

Now let’s talk about the types of tuxedo cats as some breeds don’t possess tuxedo traits. The list is according to CFA:

  • American Curl
  • American Shorthair
  • British Shorthair
  • Cornish Rex
  • Devon Rex
  • Maine Coon
  • Persian
  • Munchkin
  • Sphynx
  • Scottish Fold, etc.

Any Tuxedo cat should be fed according to their breed and prefer a wet food diet for them

Conclusion

Any cat with a black and white pattern on its body comes under the tuxedo cat category. They should be treated according to their breed and no different.

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