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Ojos Azules Information

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Ojos Azules Description

Blue-eyed beauties, the Ojos Azules is a stunning addition to the cat fancy. It is this striking eye color that is the hallmark of the breed and coat colors must be uncommonly paired with these eyes. Pointed coats and "any color with white" coats must also exhibit a white tail tip in order to be considered in competition. The head of the Ojos Azule is an equilateral triangle, proportionate to the torso of the cat and carried gracefully on an arched neck of moderate length. The ears are medium in size, slightly rounded at the tips and set high. Eye4s should be the dominant feature of the face. Eye color is most important and should be a clear blue or blue grey. Lavender and turquoise are not permitted. The body should be well proportioned and oval; appearing supple and graceful. Legs should be moderately angulated and feet should be small. Coat should be silky in texture, usually lacking an undercoat.

Ojos Azules Temperament

These cats are extremely rare and as such there is not much information about their personality as a breed. AAll Ojos Azule known to exist are currently in the hands of breeders.

Ojos Azules Care

These cats are extremely rare and as such there is not much information about their care needs as a breed. AAll Ojos Azule known to exist are currently in the hands of breeders and are not currently available for purchase.

Ojos Azules History

In 1984 a feral cat colony was discovered in New Mexico. One female, a tortoiseshell with stunning eyes named Cornflower, was rescued and bred to unrelated males. The resulting kittens all had her stunning blue eyes showing that the eye color gene is a dominant one. Current investigation is underway to see if the blue eye gene can be preserved and the breed further developed and eventually released for public consumption.

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