Persian Kitten Coat Colors
Not sure what color Persian kitten you are looking for or what it's even called? Below we break down all the Persian kitten coat colors and categories. From solids, bi-colors, calico and smokes. We are certain there is a Persian kitten coat color to suit everyone!
Solid Coat Colors
These milk chocolate kittens have a beautiful warm brown coat with various subtle shades within. They typically have brilliant copper or green eyes. Chocolate and Lilac Persians (which we cover further down) are the rarest of all the coat colors.
These angelic kitties are the crowing glory in the Persian world. With crisp white coats and cute pink noses, these white kittens continue to capture hearts of cat lovers. They can have blue, green, golden, and bi-colored eyes.
Did you know that in many cultures across the world, black cats are actually good luck?! These dark darlings often have golden or green colored eyes.
These feisty and fiery red heads have beautiful reddish orange coats that are vibrant and often decorated with various darker tabby shades and creamy highlights
These ethereal kittens have a dusty light grey appearance with pink undertones. They usually have antique rose colored noses and paw pads, with eyes in a variety of golden/green shades.
Cream Persians are easy on the eyes. Their coats remind us of buttercream frosting. They are similar to red Persian kittens and will have slight differences throughout their coat, but maintain the overall creamy appearance.
While similar to the Lilac Persian, blues have a cooler slate grey coat and darker grey nose and paw pads.
Bi-Color Persian Kittens
If you are looking for a little more variety, all solid Persian colors come in a bi-color varient;
White + A Single Color.
No two bi-color Persians are alike and the patterns are endless! Below is an extensive gallery to showcase the HUGE variety of bi-color Persian cats and kittens.
When we said that Persian kittens come in a variety of coat colors, we weren't kidding! For even MORE variety, we have tri-colors, aka Calico Persians. These patchwork cats have a few variants too; classic calico, dilute calico and tortoiseshell.
The Classic Calico Persian
Calico Tabby Persian
Calico Tabby Persian Kittens still sport a tri-color coat (red, black, and white) but also have the addition of tabby markings which blur the lines between each coat color section, giving them a softer look.
Dilute Calico Kittens
These pastel angels are the diluted version of the classic calico kittens.
Tortoiseshell Persian Kittens
Tortoiseshell Persians have little to no white within their coat. Instead they are a blurry patchwork of blacks, reds, and creams with no clear boundaries between colors.
Extremely Rare Chocolate Calico & Tortoiseshell Persian Kittens
Silver Chinchilla Persian Kittens
Shaded Silver Persian
Golden Chinchilla Persian Kittens
Golden chinchilla Persians sport a lighter coat in general. While still considered a "golden" their coats have been sun-kissed and feature apricot tones, with a creamy undercoat. Their tabby markings are much fainter throughout their face and bodies, and sometimes nearly nonexistent. These beauties seem to glow! Their eyes can range from copper/yellow, to many shades of green, teal and sometimes nearly blue.
Shaded Golden aka Tabby
Shaded Golden Persians are the closest you can find to a standard tabby cat. These coats come in a wide variety of colors and shades. Their tabby striped markings are bold, appearing black most of the time. They can even have a more specked decorative appearance. Markings will highlight the contours of their face, body and down their tails.
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**None of the Persians pictured are for sale. For currently available kittens please visit their website.