• If he has an ivory-colored body with milk chocolate-colored points, then he is a chocolate point. If your kitten has a bluish-white body and medium gray-blue (slate) markings, then he is a blue point Himalayan.


  • Himalayan Cat Seal Points Seal point Himalayans have points on their ears, facial mask, legs, paws and tail that are a rich brown color, which is known as seal. Their paw and nose pads should also be the same brown color. Like other Himalayans the rest of their body is white to a pale fawn color.

    Similarly, what color are Himalayan cats? The bulk of the fur on the body of a Himalayan is white or cream, but the points come in many different colors: Seal (or Black), Blue, Lilac, Chocolate, Red (Flame), and Cream. The points can also be Tabby, Lynx, or Tortoiseshell-patterned.

    Also asked, what is the difference between Blue Point and Seal Point?

    The nose leather and paw pads on a Seal Point should be the same colour as their points (deep brown to black). The body colour of a Blue Point Siamese is usually blue-white. They may or may not have shading along their backs. As with Seal Points, a Blue Point tends to darken with age.

    How long do Blue Point Himalayan cats live?

    15 years

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