Tuxedo cats are not a breed but a color pattern that may occur in almost any type of domestic cat. The rarest of tuxedo cats sport a black patch on the white chest that resembles a bowtie. These cats are referred to as "black ties" and are considered to be lucky in bringing wealth to their household.
Tuxedo cats are sometimes referred to as "Jellicle cats" from the T.S. Elliot poem "The Song of the Jellicles" from his unusual book "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats"
although many tuxedo cats are black and white, these gorgeous kitties' coats can also be gray, silver, orange, and even tortoiseshell with patches of white
November 3rd, 2020
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