A feline chimera is a cat whose cells contain two types of DNA, caused when two embryos fuse together. Among cats, “chimeras are really not all that rare,” Lyons said. In fact, most male tortoiseshell cats are chimeras. The distinctively mottled orange and black coat is a sign that the cat has an extra X chromosome. Sometimes the difference is not as obvious as the face fur, it could be a hitchhiker’s thumb and one straight thumb, eyes of slightly different colors, or completely undetectable. A chimera cat, is blessed with an unforgettable face divided into two distinctly colored halves. Chimera cats are a happy accident of nature.
The animal professional photographer Jean-Michel Labat has done an amazing job by highlighting all the best tone changes on the face and the body, which began when the kitten was in its mother’s womb. These photos have created headlines about this cat. This cat is a British Shorthair breed and lives in France.The name of the cat is Narnia and she was born on March 28, 2017. She had her breeder, Stephanie Jimenez who instantly fell in love with the blue diamond like the ambiance of her eyes. Wed chimeras. These photos have created headlines about this cat. This cat is a British Shorthair breed and lives in France. What a gorgeous and precious animal!
With closed eyes, the cuteness is too much.
Check out the blue hue in her eyes.
Don’t you think that this kitten would fit into our hands?
This is completely astonishing.
The body and this face of this rare cat are totally phenomenal.
That side looks are amazing.
She happens to be a proud owner of this beautiful cat.
Isn’t she beautiful?
The black and grey fur is its special feature.
Unlike others, this one seems fun loving.
Look at those peeking eyes.
We wish we could own this cat.
Look at its beautiful expressions.
Watch the video of this beautiful two faces kitten here:
This cat is an epitome of such amazing biological phenomenon, and the owner is really proud to have a cat that looks so beautiful.