Tux is a Tuxedo Cat. Tuxedo cats aren't actually an official feline breed. They get their name from the popular formal wear as it resembles a black and white suit looking like tiny tuxedos. These most dapper kitties almost always have white whiskers, and green, gold or yellow eyes. Because of their regal markings, these cats were highly revered and worshipped as gods by the ancient Egyptians. In fact, 70 percent of the cats depicted in these ancient tombs and arts were tuxedo cats. Today, they can be found all over the world, even on televesion as many of us know and grew up watching, Sylvester from Looney Tunes and Tom from Tom and Jerry.
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