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 What is called a fawn point cat?
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It's a dilute color of cinnamon it's a paler, bluer version which is kind of similar to lilac. They have features pinkish on the pads of paws, eyes rims, and, nose leather.
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Fawn point is a rare Siamese point. It is commonly seen in breeds like the Abyssinian or Oriental Shorthairs, even further dilution of the Cinnamon gene. Fawn types are lighter and warmer than lilac, darker fawns can be difficult to identify.
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The Fawn point in the cats is a rare Siamese point. The point is commonly seen in cat breeds like the Abyssinian or Oriental Shorthair cat breed
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A fawn point cat is a color variation of the Siamese breed. They have a light beige or cream-colored body with warm brown or cinnamon points on their face, ears, paws, and tail.
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A fawn point cat is a cat with a fawn point coat pattern. This pattern is characterized by a light-colored coat with dark colored points on the face, ears, legs, and tail. Fawn point cats are most commonly seen in breeds such as the Siamese, the Himalayan, and the Ragamuffin.
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Fawn points have soft grey and cream-colored points that look very similar to the seal, chocolate, and blue point Siamese. They have less color depth than those three, making them notably different.
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A fawn point cat is a color variation in the Siamese cat breed. It features a light cream or fawn-colored body with darker points on the ears, face, paws, and tail. This coat pattern is recognized in cat breeding standards and is one of the variations in the pointed coloration of Siamese cats.

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