Two-Colored Face Cat Becomes Dad To Kittens That Share His Colors Separately
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Narina is a cat with a difference. The two-tone face cat with an accurate division line running down to his nose did captivate the hearts of many in 2018 as a tiny furball with unique features.
Precisely split in gray and black, 3-Year-Old Narina has again topped the headline as he is now officially a dad of two kittens in each of his colors.
Prada is black, with a bit of white under her chin while Phoenix was born completely grey, a fifty-fifty marvel for internet users and Narina’s owner Stephanie Jiminez.
Stephanie had admitted Narina was an exceptional kitten born black and grey face. His color is rare as cats can’t be both gray and black. The main cause of Narina’s two-colored face remains a mystery and so far, he been acknowledged as being a good dad who loves playing with his kittens.
Meet Phoenix And Prada, The Fifty-Fifty Adorable Kittens
Fortunately, this isn’t the first time and perhaps most likely not the last that Narina has been a dad. Stephanie, 34, a professional cat breeder revealed Narina has been a father countless times and all of his kittens come in different color variations.
Apart from the newly-born Phoenix and Prada, Narina has pitch black Roswell, gray rose, two multicolored boys (Phantom and Polaris), and light brown twins named Orfee and Ozanna.
Meet The Mom And Dad. Adorable Looks Surely Exist In The Genes
Other kittens did evidently inherited their father’s striking blue eyes. Prada and Phoenix are both an exception to this. Another good news: Narina is expecting his kittens to be again be born around June 29th.