Meet Pam Pam, the little cat with extraordinary eyes. The reason for this abnormality is because Pam Pam has a condition called heterochromia iridis. Those affected by the condition have one eye with a different color than the other. Another type of the condition, called segmental heterochromia, causes different colors in the same eye. Heterochromia can be caused by inbreeding, genetic inheritance, or mutation. In some breeds of cats, like the Turkish Angora, heterochromia is a desirable trait that breeders try to maintain. Inherited heterochromia iridis is harmless, and it can be found in both animals and humans. Scroll down for Pam Pam’s beautiful pictures.
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