Genetic Help - Black Smoked Male x Seal Tortoiseshell (Tortie) Bicolour Pt (maybe)

  • Wait, are these your actual real life cats or are they feralfront roleplay characters? It's ok either way, I just need to know to give an accurate answer.

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  • Ok I went back to the old thread and it looks like they're your actual cats so I'm going to answer under that assumption.


    Most likely chances:


    Females: 12.5% black tortie, 12.5% black smoke tortie, 12.5% seal tortie point, 12.5% seal smoke tortie point, 12.5% black, 12.5% black smoke, 12.5% seal point, 12.5% seal smoke point

    Males: 12.5% red tabby, 12.5% red cameo tabby, 12.5% red/flame point, 12.5% red cameo point, 12.5% black, 12.5% black smoke, 12.5% seal point, 12.5% seal smoke point

    50% chance of a small amount of white markings


    The male carries dilute from his mother. In the case that the female also carries dilute, these will be the color chances:


    Females: 9.375% black tortie, 9.375% black smoke tortie, 9.375% seal tortie point, 9.375% seal smoke tortie point, 9.375% black, 9.375% black smoke, 9.375% seal point, 9.375% seal smoke point, 3.125% blue tortie, 3.125% blue smoke tortie, 3.125% blue tortie point, 3.125% blue smoke tortie point, 3.125% blue, 3.125% blue smoke, 3.125% blue point, 3.125% blue smoke point

    Males: 9.375% red tabby, 9.375% red cameo tabby, 9.375% red/flame point, 9.375% red cameo point, 9.375% black, 9.375% black smoke, 9.375% seal point, 9.375% seal smoke point, 3.125% cream tabby, 3.125% cream cameo tabby, 3.125% cream point, 3.125% cream cameo point, 3.125% blue, 3.125% blue smoke, 3.125% blue point, 3.125% blue smoke point

    50% chance of a small amount of white markings



    Point kittens will have blue eyes into adulthood. Non point kittens will not have blue eyes as adults, but the inheritance of other cat eye colors is not understood well enough to predict other eye colors.

    Want your characters' kids to have realistic fur colors? Check out the Genetics Center!
    Cats, lions, dogs, horses, rats, parrots - whatever the species is, there's probably a geneticist who can do the litter. We can also do genetics for realistic hybrid litters (check the list of realistic pairings linked in the sticky at the top of the board).
    If you want more options for a litter, just let us know!

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