Looking for help on some realistic genetics. It's one of those, multiple father father litters. (Also, I did see in the simple genetic pairings that Black Tom x Dilute Torbie has been done so that one is sorted for the most part I think unless someone has more detail on that)
Female is a Dilute Torbie with yellow-green eyes, with both tabby striping and spotting.
Male 1 is a pure black tom.
Male 2 is a White and Black Van coloration tom, with a black tail and some black patches along his back and head.
Only other known heritage genetics is the Female's mother, who is also a Torbie but with much more gray/silver (pretty silver coat, with soft tabby striping and spotting and orange patches, including a large patch over one eye. She has light green eyes)