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post #31 of 41
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Dr. Claw does not look anything like I imagined! What color is he?
I'm sure that some one is going to correct me, but he is silver and light brown.

With him being a Tonk I'm sure that there are formal names for such things, but I have no idea what they are.


He's a sweetie too!
post #32 of 41
hope everything goes well at the vet.
post #33 of 41
He's so sweet! Wanna kiss him on the top oh his head!!!

Good luck today at the vets!!!
post #34 of 41
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I'm sure that some one is going to correct me, but he is silver and light brown.

With him being a Tonk I'm sure that there are formal names for such things, but I have no idea what they are.


He's a sweetie too!
I thought all Tonks were light brown/dark brown. That's why I asked.....I have no idea what color/patterns they can be!
post #35 of 41
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I thought all Tonks were light brown/dark brown. That's why I asked.....I have no idea what color/patterns they can be!
I guess we are in the same boat. To be honest he could be purple with red stripes that wouldn't change the fact that I love him to bits!
post #36 of 41
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I guess we are in the same boat. To be honest he could be purple with red stripes that wouldn't change the fact that I love him to bits!
Right....if you ever find a purple cat, let me know!
post #37 of 41
Awww he's adorable. Welcome home Dr. Claw!
post #38 of 41
Tonkinese colors are usually called 'something mink'. The colours of Tonkinese are (the term "mink" is not used by some registries) blue mink, champagne mink (light chocolate), honey mink (chocolate/chestnut), natural mink (seal), platinum mink (lavender/lilac), red mink, cinnamon mink, fawn mink, cream mink.
more info on 'mink' coloration -
Mink
Intermediate between sepia and pointed; the points (face, legs, tail) are a darker version of main body colour. Siamese x Burmese cross, intermediate in form and color. Colors are "mink" range.
all of the above from the messy beast archives. here's a couple of links: Tonkinese/encyclopedia
Tonkinese/CFA
post #39 of 41
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Originally Posted by laureen227 View Post
Tonkinese colors are usually called 'something mink'. The colours of Tonkinese are (the term "mink" is not used by some registries) blue mink, champagne mink (light chocolate), honey mink (chocolate/chestnut), natural mink (seal), platinum mink (lavender/lilac), red mink, cinnamon mink, fawn mink, cream mink.
more info on 'mink' coloration -
Mink
Intermediate between sepia and pointed; the points (face, legs, tail) are a darker version of main body colour. Siamese x Burmese cross, intermediate in form and color. Colors are "mink" range.
all of the above from the messy beast archives. here's a couple of links: Tonkinese/encyclopedia
Tonkinese/CFA
Thank you! I knew that a TCS member would come along and help me out!
post #40 of 41
Awww...Dr. Claw is a sweetheart! Such a petite little boy! At least he looks kind of small...what a doll!!!

My mother's fairly recently adopted 8 year-old cat was tearing her hair out while in the shelter...she would groom excessively, and it was certainly stress-related. Hope it gets better soon!
post #41 of 41
Welcome Dr. Claw!!
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