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Theo 20140125-1 by FurLined Theo 20140125-1 by FurLined
Theo is an Abyssinian. He's a year and a half old.

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gillybean45 Apr 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've just started a colored pencil drawing of this photo. The lighting will be challenging, as well as that beautiful color his eyes are! I will post the finished picture on my website, www.penciledpawprints.com with credit given to you. I love your photography, and your kitties are gorgeous! I may be drawing multiple pictures! Thank you!
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:iconyeaok:
this cat is so freakin photogenic , gorgeous photos and gorgeous cat! 
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darkestarcane-bkm Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That is one seriously intense stare!
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:iconbrittanymayphotos:
is he a cinnamon?
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:iconfurlined:
His breeder specialises in chocolates, although gets plenty of cinnamon (which is called sorrel over here) and also some lilac and fawn - she registered Theo as a chocolate. I think he's lighter and more gingery in colour than some chocolates are, but I don't think he's as gingery as cinnamon/sorrel usually is and I think he's also a bit darker than cinnamon/sorrel usually is (and I think his nose/paw leather tone isn't as pink as a sorrel's would be). I believe get a lot of variation in hues within a single colour and a lot of variation in light and photo processing which changes how they come out in photos! So he does look rather like a cinnamon/sorrel in a few photos I take, but then in some other photos less so! I think with some of the less common colours and the variation in hues it can be hard to be sure without a genetic test :).

One article on the chocolate colour states:
"The colour of a chocolate abyssinian or somali appears as an intermediate between ruddy and sorrel, with its ticking not being
black as in a ruddy or red like in a sorrel, but more dark brown (like a dark chocolate with at least 50% cocoa...) and an apricot coloured undercoat.""

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:iconbrittanymayphotos:
Either way, he's very beautiful!
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:icondracatony:
Dracatony Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
What a beautiful cat! It's a great close up, and I love how it seems he's looking right at you.
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