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  • Robert Nival

    The Ojos Azules cat is a relatively new breed of domestic cat. Cats with dark blue eyes were discovered in New Mexico among feral cat populations. The first cat, discovered in 1984, was a tortoiseshell named Cornflower. She was bred to males without the trait, which proved to be dominant, as all her kittens showed it. The breed was founded and named Ojos Azules, which is Spanish for 'Blue Eyes.'

  • Scherrie Robertson

    Ojos Azules cats are held distinct for their deep blue eyes. The depth of color in their eyes is greater even than that seen in Siamese cats, and does not cause squinting, deafness, or cross-eye. These cats are a very rare breed. In 1992, only ten were known. No true standard has been made for the Ojos Azules cat, and no cat registration recognizes them. At this point, only cats expressing the deep blue eye gene have been called Ojos Azules.

  • M.I. C.

    Despite its Spanish name, the Ojos Azules (Blue Eyes) is an American cat breed. Unlike the blue eyes seen linked to the genes in bicolor cats and cats with point coloration, both of which suppress pigmentation, this gene is not linked to any certain fur color or pattern, giving the opportunity to have cats with dark coats and blue eyes.

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