In the past few years, grey cats have become the new pets of choice for breeders across the globe.
While some breeds of grey cat have been around for centuries, grey cat breeders have recently begun breeding more diverse breeds such as the American greyhound, as well as the grey kitten.
Here are five things you should know about the grey cat.1.
Grey cats are a little different to other cats in terms of their coat colour.
Most grey cats are grey with some white markings around their eyes, but other breeds have white spots around their cheeks, noses and tails.
This is known as the kitty-white coat.
Some grey cats also have a brown spot on their chest.
This is the standard grey coat colour for a grey cat in the US.2.
Grey breeds have a longer life span than other breeds.
Grey kittens are born in April and go through a gestation period of about eight weeks.
The gestation period is the time it takes for a kitten to gain a coat of its own.
By the time a kitten is eight weeks old, it will have had around 100 days to grow its coat.
At around 12 weeks old and up, grey kittens will start to develop a grey coat.3.
Grey dogs have longer lives than their grey brethren.
Grey-colored dogs can live for around four years longer than grey cats.4.
Grey wolves are often considered the most intelligent breed of dogs.
Grey wolf puppies are born with a black coat and white markings.
In some cases, the markings will be a mix of grey and white.5.
Grey cat breeds have been breeding since the 19th century.
Greycats are the result of a gene-splicing process.
Grey mice are grey, but they have a black body and white fur, and grey cats look a lot like grey mice.
Grey cat breedings have been a success story across the world.
The most popular grey cat breeds are the American Greyhound and the European Greyhound.
In the UK, grey and golden retrievers have become popular, while the Irish Greyhound is popular in the USA.
Grey and Golden retrievers can also be found in the UK and the US, where a grey and black retriever is also popular.