Overall, orange cats and bi-colored cats were characterized as friendly, while black cats, white cats and tri-colored cats were regarded as more antisocial.
White cats were considered to be more shy, lazy and calm, while tortoiseshell cats were more likely to be depicted as both more intolerant and more trainable.
Are white cats affectionate?
Instead of coming when called or responding to their name being said, white cats will typically just stare at you! Studies indicate that gray colored cats are peaceful, affectionate, gentle, and calm while cats with tabby markings tend to be home-loving, generally good-natured, friendly, and sometimes even lazy.
Are white cats more aggressive?
Black and white cats are most aggressive whilst a tabby is more likely to purr along nicely, according to a study which suggests the colour of a pet could reveal the likelihood that furs will fly. Tortoiseshell-and-white cats, known as calico cats in the US, have long had a reputation for anti-social behaviour.
Are white cats mean?
White cats are frequently associated with good luck, happiness and purity. In many other countries and cultures, however, white cats are associated with happiness and luck, and are highly desired.
How rare is a white cat?
95% of the general cat population are non-white cats (i.e. not pure white) and congenital deafness is extremely rare in non-white cats. 5% of the general cat population is white cats (i.e. pure white). 15-40% of these pure white cats have one or two blue-eyes.