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What is called lynx point? What is a lynx point?
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A term used to describe a color point cat .where a darker coat has tabby pattern that's prominent.  They are sometimes nicknamed color point short hairs or tabby points
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Lynx point cats are rarer but they are not difficult to find, they are a blend of traditional Siamese and Tabby cats. These describe a colorpoint cat, where the darker areas on the cat's coat also show a tabby pattern and they get darker when getting older. They are affectionate, intelligent, friendly, and social. They seem to have calmed down the reputational temperament of the pure Siamese.
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the lynx point of a cat describes the nose touch point of a cat the point is usually darker in color but sometimes it's light in color
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A lynx point cat is a variation of the Siamese breed. They have tabby-like markings on their face, ears, legs, and tail, and may have blue or green eyes.
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A lynx point is a type of cat that has a coat of fur that is primarily a pale gray or cream color with darker points on the face, ears, legs, and tail. This color is often seen in cats of the Siamese, Ragdoll, and Balinese breeds.
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Lynx Point Siamese Cat is the offspring of a traditional Siamese Cat and a typical tabby American Shorthair cat. Some also have been known to title them things such as the Tabby Points or Colorpoint shorthairs, or just Lynx Point.
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A lynx point is a color variation found in certain cat breeds, such as the Siamese or Balinese. Cats with lynx point coloring have a light-colored body with darker tabby-like stripes on their face, legs, and tail. The pattern resembles that of a lynx, giving it its name.
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