Cat With Unique Two-Tone Face Fathers Kittens In Each Of Its Colours
A rare kitty born with a grey and black face has become the proud dad to 20 gorgeous kittens - and two of them have each inherited his beautiful colours.
Three-year-old Narnia, a British shorthair crusader, was born with one half of his face grey and the other half black, which is extremely rare. If that wasn't striking enough, he also has the most mesmerising blue eyes, too.
He surprised owner Stephanie Jimenez, 34, who had "never" seen a cat like him - and was quite taken aback by his quirky and unusual appearance.
Now, Narnia has fathered two kittens who have each inherited one of his lovely colours.
Stephanie, from Lorraine in France, said: "There is no explanation for Narnia's colour - it remains a mystery for science.
"He also has beautiful blue eyes, which is very rare in fully coloured cats. He fathered 20 kittens - I was surprised to see two have taken his colour!
"Phantom is black with a white patch under his chin - like Narnia. Pearly is all grey."
Meanwhile, a number of the kittens have inherited Narnia's piercing blue eyes, including two ginger kitties who look like identical twins.
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Both kittens are ginger in colour, with almost mirror image white markings and those big blue eyes.
Although Stephanie initially thought Narnia was a chimera cat, a breed which is known as having two-tone colourings, a genetic testing revealed he was not.
Instead, Narnia is just wonderfully unique - we can't stop gushing over his beautiful little face!
Seriously, these kittens are too cute - just looking at these pics is giving us a mood boost!
If you thought that was adorable, cat owners have been using Ikea doll beds for their kitties and it's the cutest idea we've seen.
The teeny wooden beds might be designed to store dolls and soft toys, but they're also the perfect size for a sleepy kitty.
Check out the photo evidence for yourself here...
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