Persian Odd-eyed Bicolor cat.

Persian—Blue and Odd-eyed Bicolor Cat Breed

These uncommon Persians are hard to find but their popularity is on the rise.

Accepted in the cat-fancy world only since the late 1990s, the Blue- and Odd-eyed Bicolor and Tricolor are variations of the Persian Bicolor. The Odd-eyed is less common than the Blue-eyed, although its enchantingly different look is increasing in popularity.

In this cat, one eye is blue and the other copper, with both eyes equally brilliant in color. The mismatch is difficult to produce, since a successful mating between two odd-eyed cats does not guarantee a litter of odd-eyed kittens.

Origin: UK, 1800s

Breed registries: CFA, FIFe, GCCF, TICA

Weight range: 8–15lb (3.5–7kg)

Grooming: 2–3 times a week

Colors and patterns: White with various solid colors, including black, red, blue, cream, chocolate, and lilac.