You will see it change the color of it's eyes if you look closely at it.
After its owner revealed that cat eyes changed color depending on the weather, a cat from Canada became a worldwide phénomene. According to Gabriela Carvalho, the 28-year-old Ivory Cat, who took up ten-year-old, the light eyes of the feline are some days green and yellow but change when the weather changes to bright yellow and orange.
While heterochrome can explain the changing color of the cat's eye, her mystery in predicting the weather in the color of its eyes captured the world's curiosity.
After losing her 5-year-old cat, Luna, which also served as an emotional animal, the young woman adopted Ivory.
Ivory was welcomed with her open arms in Carvalho's home – and with her open mind because she was mysterious in her changeable eye colour.
Gabriela said, according to Daily Mail, "I'm often getting comments on her eyes because, depending on the weather, they seem to change colours, which is quite common in humans.
I never saw it before in an animal. Mostly, people just say how beautiful she is, or that usually, they’ve only seen blue and yellow before.”
Ivory is a lovely mansion. While she is not healthy for her age - most of her teeth are missing - Gabriela Carvalho's female still lives a good life.
Ivory "chuckles" and engages with the sight while watching birds out of the window. The feline also loves cockroaches and treats Churu.
"Maybe ten-year-old Ivory, but she is wild," the cat owner added.
Her level of energy is unbelievable. As Ivory has little teeth left and her lesser jaw, she eats usually wet food mixed with bone spring to make it more liquid, due to her dental condition. She eats a certain wet food, quite like a raw food diet."
She hadn't planned to take her home when Gabriela met Ivoire at the refuge first.
But she fell in love with the cat quickly and was not able to resist her adoption.
"I visited Luna [whose feline leukaemia lost she] to get some cat food I had bought before Luna got sick.
"I was at my shelter. And then Ivory, that gorgeous, loving, little white cat who just looked at us with those eyes, went through the window of all those kittens.
I haven't been planning to adopt. But I thought some cat therapy might be good for my heart. I therefore asked if in the area of "meet and greeting" I would see Ivory."
Gabriela said, "Ivory came out to me, and she was laying right in my lap, and began rubbing up and rumbling like a pigeon.
She was rummaging. While Ivory was not a Canadian cat, despite her unique rubber, eyes,and curly tongue, and I loved her, I really knew that I was supposed to take her home. People always ask me why this gift was so good for me? It's because about 5 years ago I spent six months in Jordan in the same small town from which this sweet girl came. How many times is it? ”
"I love Ivory in pieces," she added. She is an enormous blessing and I thank her so much. With all this loss and Covid-19, she was the best friend. She's invaluable, and I'm grateful she first chose me."
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