Did you know that tuxedo cats are 200% smarter than other cats? That the first cat in the new world was a Tuxedo cat named Asgerd aboard a Viking ship, or that the largest inheritance given a cat was to a tuxedo? Learn more amazing bits of fact and/or fiction about tuxedo cats, as researched and verified by Dr. Magrathea Wallace (A stunning Tuxie in her own right.)
I was amazed and mystified to read some of these facts, although friends owned by tuxedos may agree with many of them. Thanks to Dr. Wallace and her personal assistant, Randy Wallace, for taking the time to assemble and submit these facts.
The truth will become clear, as you read further. One fact, which is indisputable, is that tuxedo cats are stunning, with their white bibs and spats against their sleek black coats and tails. The combination, of course, is how the term "tuxedo" was first coined.
You may submit photos of your own tuxedo cat or any black and white cat by using this form. Pictured here is Maggie, one of the tuxies in the 2008 Tuxedo Cats Picture Gallery. If you enjoyed the linked article, please add your comments to those already accumulated.
Photo Credit: © Randy Wallace
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