Cat Breeds With Blue Eyes

Balinese The Balinese is a pointed cat breed that will always have deep blue eyes. The long coat of these strikingly beautiful felines came about as a result of a spontaneous genetic mutation in purebred Siamese cats. These medium-sized cats aren't just a pretty face. Known for being intelligent, inquisitive, playful, and loving, Balinese cats can make great family pets.

Birman The Birman is another attractive pointed cat breed with blue eyes. This long-haired cat comes in six different colors, but it always has white mittens on its paws. The breed's exact history is unknown, but it might have come about after cats imported from Burma were bred with Siamese cats in France. 

Himalayan The pointed Himalayan was created by crossing Siamese and Persian cats. Not all organizations recognize the breed as being separate from the Persian. Himalayan eyes are always vivid blue, and its coat, which comes in a variety of shades, is long and dense. 

Ojos Azules The Ojos Azules (the Spanish translation of "blue eyes") is a rare cat breed, and its breed standard is still in development. However, its eyes are always an unusually deep shade of blue, despite not having pointed or solid white coloring. 

Persian With their soft and silky coats, distinctive smushed faces, and sweet personalities, Persians are one of the most popular and recognizable cat breeds. White Persians often have blue eyes.

Ragdoll It's hard to find a more laid-back cat than the ragdoll. And it's easy to be sucked in by these charming cats and their big blue eyes. Their friendly and intelligent nature is often compared to that of dogs. It's not unusual for ragdolls to perform tricks for treats. 

Siamese The popular Siamese has charmed cat lovers the world over for decades. With its striking almond-shaped blue eyes, pointed coloring, elegant physique, and sociable nature, is it any surprise? Meezers, as they're affectionately referred to, are very smart and curious.

Snowshoe Cat The snowshoe cat was created by crossing Siamese cats with the American shorthair. Another pointed breed, these cats always have blue eyes. They get their name from their white mittened paws that look like they have been dipped in snow.

Turkish Angora Blue is the most common eye color for the exquisite Turkish angora, but its eyes also can come in green, gold, amber, and even bicolor. This cat often has a glistening white coat and a long body. It’s quite affectionate and friendly and does best in a home where it will have company for much of the day.

Tonkinese The Tonkinese is a cross between the Siamese and Burmese. It has beautiful soft pointed coloring, and its eyes can come in blue, aqua, or yellow-green. These cats tend to be highly affectionate as well as very playful. They are not as chatty as the Siamese, but they will vocalize their feelings.