7 Dapper Gray and White Cat Breeds

Norwegian Forest Cat

Norwegian forest cats, which people love to call "Wegies," are friendly cats that like to explore and climb. Cats love to do tricks on furniture, so make sure you have lots of scratching posts, strong cat trees, and high cat shelves.

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Sphynx

Though they have very little fur, Sphynx cats have pigmented skin. So, their colors (and they come in many!) are as vibrant as their personality. They re smart, friendly, outgoing, and playful, shares Jennifer Fryer, DVM.

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Egyptian Mau

There is something even more beautiful about the Egyptian mau than its shiny, spotted coat and beautiful green eyes: it looks like it was born that way. They are the only naturally occurring spotted cat; no one has bred them that way.

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Maine Coon

Many people love Maine coons because they are so big and have thick, smooth coats. Their hair grows the longest on their stomach, chest, and tail. Their manes can be tabby gray and white or even two different colors.

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Turkish Van

The Turkish van is a lively breed that comes from the mountains of Turkey and is about the same size as the Maine coon. Their coat is the thing that makes them stand out. It even has their name in it.

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Turkish Angora

The Turkish Angora has a people-loving personality and a sharp mind. They use their intelligence to their advantage, charming their way into the center of attention and the leadership role in any pack or clowder.

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Devon Rex

Have you thought about getting a gray and white cat with wavy hair? The Devon rex is a beautiful cat with a curled coat that comes in many colors and patterns. Their curls are caused by a chance change in their genes that was first seen in a cat named Kirlee in England.

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