This is a comprehensive list of cat coat types. It is a rather dry list but it might please someone or help someone, somewhere 😉 – another page on cat color and patterns with photos.
Black, chocolate, blue, lilac, fawn, red, cream, white.
Tortoiseshell, chocolate tortie, blue tortie, seal sepia tortie.
The cat above is my companion, Gabriel, a spotted tabby of great distinction! He’s still growing to adulthood.
Brown agouti tabby, brown classic tabby, brown marble tabby, seal sepia spotted tabby, chocolate classic tabby, cinnamon agouti tabby, blue classic tabby, lilac spotted tabby, red classic tabby, cream classic tabby, sable ticked tabby, seal classic tabby, brown mackerel tabby, seal mink spotted tabby, chocolate mackerel tabby, cinnamon spotted tabby, blue mackerel tabby, fawn agouti tabby, red mackerel tabby, cream mackerel tabby, brown ticked tabby, seal mink classic tabby, brown spotted tabby, brown mackerel torbie, brown classic torbie, chocolate spotted tabby, chocolate mackerel torbie, blue agouti tabby, blue tick tabby, blue spotted tabby, fawn spotted tabby, red spotted tabby, cream spotted tabby.
Chinchilla silver, shaded silver, black smoke, tortie smoke, chinchilla golden, shaded golden, blue smoke, red shaded, red smoke.
Silver agouti tabby (silver), silver classic tabby, silver mackerel tabby, silver spotted tabby, silver classic torbie, silver mackerel torbie, silver spotted, cinnamon silver agouti tabby, cinnamon silver spotted tabby, blue silver agouti tabby, blue silver classic tabby, blue silver mackerel tabby, blue silver spotted tabby, lilac silver spotted tabby, red silver classic tabby, red silver mackerel tabby, cream silver classic tabby.
Seal point, seal lynx point seal tortie point seal sepia (sable), seal (natural) mink, chocolate point, chocolate links point, chocolate torbie point, chocolate sepia, chocolate (champagne) mink, cinnamon lynx point, cinnamon tortie point, blue point, blue lynx point, blue sepia, blue mink, lilac point, lilac sepia, lilac (platinum) mink, fawn sepia, red point, red sepia, cream point.
Solid and White
Black and white, chocolate and white, blue and white, lilac and white, red and white, cream and white.
Tortoiseshell and White
Tortoiseshell and white, chocolate tortie and white, blue tortie and white.
Tabby and White
Brown ticked tabby and white, brown classic tabby and white, brown spotted tabby and white, brown mackerel tabby and white, brown classic torbie and white, brown mackerel torbie and white, brown spotted torbie and white, chocolate classic tabby and white, blue classic tabby and white, blue classic torbie and white, blue mackerel tabby and white, red classic tabby and white, red mackerel tabby and white, red spotted tabby and white, cream mackerel tabby and white, cream spotted tabby and white.
Tipped and White
Black smoke and white, smoked tortie and white.
Silver and White
Silver classic tabby and white, silver mackerel and white, silver classic torbie and white, cream silver classic tabby and white.
Pointed and White
Seal point mitted, seal lynx point mitted, seal tortie point and white, seal point bicolour, seal tortie point mitted, seal point and white, chocolate point mitted, chocolate point bicolour, chocolate tortie point and white, blue point mitted, blue lynx point mitted, blue tortie point and white, blue point bicolour, blue point and white, lilac point mitted, red lynx point mitted, lilac point bicolour, cream lynx point mitted, cream point mitted.
I am sorry that I am unable to provide photographs with the descriptions above. The reason for this is that you can find illustrations to a good percentage of the descriptions on this website by using the search box at the top of the page. As for the remainder it will be hard to find illustrations to these coat types. If I do find them I will have to ask permission to use the photograph and very often people do not respond to such requests. Therefore, I will leave it to you if you are interested in this list to search out a suitable illustration and decide yourself whether you like the coat type or not.
In lieu of that suggestion, you can buy the ultimate illustrated guide to cat breeds which is the book “Legacy of the Cat” by Gloria Stevens with Photographs by Tetsu Yamazaki from which the list was taken.
Associated pages: Search results for “cat coats” on PoC —