Eye colour intensifies with age!
Tiffany Scientific Classification
- Scientific Name
- Felis Catus
Tiffany Conservation Status
- Affectionate, loving and playful
- Average Litter Size
- Common Name
- Eye colour intensifies with age!
Tiffany Physical Characteristics
- Skin Type
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The Tiffany cat is a feline with a semi-foreign body style and a full semi-long coat. The coat is silky, soft and smooth; the lack of undercoat usually makes grooming simpler than that of cats with an undercoat.
Somewhat a late bloomer, the Tiffany is slow to mature and usually does not come into its full stature until about two years old. The eye colour of the feline intensifies with age.
The head should be a broad, modified wedge with gentle curves. It should have a medium length nose and a strong, broad, short and softly squared muzzle, and defined but not obvious whisker padsView all 25 animals that start with T
Tiffany FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Are Tiffanies herbivores, carnivores, or omnivores?
Tiffanies are Omnivores, meaning they eat both plants and other animals.
What Kingdom do Tiffanies belong to?
Tiffanies belong to the Kingdom Animalia.
What phylum to Tiffanies belong to?
Tiffanies belong to the phylum Chordata.
What class do Tiffanies belong to?
Tiffanies belong to the class Mammalia.
What family do Tiffanies belong to?
Tiffanies belong to the family Felidae.
What order do Tiffanies belong to?
Tiffanies belong to the order Carnivora.
What type of covering do Tiffanies have?
Tiffanies are covered in Hair.
What genus do Tiffanies belong to?
Tiffanies belong to the genus Felis.
How many babies do Tiffanies have?
The average number of babies a Tiffany has is 5.
What is an interesting fact about Tiffanies?
A Tiffany’s eye color intensifies with age!
What is the scientific name for the Tiffany?
The scientific name for the Tiffany is Felis Catus.
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