Talk:Cat colors

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 Definition The range of colors and patterns exhibited in the coats of cats. [d] [e]
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Obviously this article cries out for pictures.  :-) --Larry Sanger 00:55, 22 January 2007 (CST)

Meow! I picked a few from Wikiepedia commons, they are at the bottom in embeded images. I don't know how to upload them.Nancy Sculerati MD 01:12, 22 January 2007 (CST)

Thank you, Versuri! Ace of photographers and Ace of uploaders! mmmm, Could you kindly put the cream tabby photo at the top of the article in the same format as the pictures you uploaded at the bottom, expandable and with space for caption? Second request- I would very much like a picture of Gato, who I suspect is a near perfect mackerel tabby, that shows the side view of the cat- including head and tail. The one you offer does not show what needs to be illustrated. I would also like (is this a third request or simply a subset of the second?) a picture that shows a frontal view of his face - the M and side lines. Thanks. Nancy Sculerati MD 16:33, 22 January 2007 (CST)

Sorry Nancy, please what "cream tabby" and what "Gato"? I am a little lost :) --Versuri 18:11, 22 January 2007 (CST)

Nancy, please see these "gatos":
I am not sure what cat is this and the quality of the photos, I took them by myself. --Versuri 12:56, 23 January 2007 (CST)

They are fabulous, Image:Gato7.jpg is best for cat colors because it shows the stripes perfectly. Gato 8 is great for Cat because it shows stalking perfectly. Could you put them there- You are very good! Nancy Sculerati MD 13:25, 23 January 2007 (CST)


Dont forget Cats! The Musical. T Lloyd Webber? Cats in Egypt. Etymology. Toxoplasmosis. Big cats... David Tribe 15:37, 25 January 2007 (CST)