~ Enjoras, a black kitten of white cat parents from Gautier’s La Ménagerie Intime.
~ Jess, was the black and white cat belonging to Postman Pat.
~ Seraphita, a pure white cat who has a love for perfumes and the mother of three of Gautier’s cats with Don Pierrot.
~ Sylvester, the black and white cartoon Tuxedo cat who sputtered the words “Sufferin’ succotash!” when he was thwarted by his main adversary, Tweety Pie, the canary. We all love his million tricks that he keeps trying to get hold of the canary.
~ Snowbell, from the movie Stuart Little who was a white Persian cat who was embarrassed to have a mouse as the member of the family.
~ Felix the Cat , a true star of the silent era, he is one of the most famous cartoons worldwide.
~ Socks, the pet cat of Chelsea Clinton, who is the daughter of the former US President Bill Clinton.
~ Bob, a black and white cat who was a pet of Sir Winston Churchill, the former British Prime Minister.
~ White cats have blue eyes or odd colored eyes. Your white breed cat may have one blue eye and one green or yellow eye. It is seen that the cat with one blue eye may be deaf in the ear on the same side as the blue eye. Therefore, keep your white cat indoors most of the time as their deafness may lead to an injury or accident.
~ The ears are prone to sunburn. The fur is thinner on the ear and therefore frequent exposure to the sun may cause skin cancer in white breed cats.
~ The Oriental White Short Hair cat breed is not prone to deafness like the other blue-eyed cats.
~ The deafness factor is seen in cats with white spotting factor (S) and the dominant white (W) cats.