Meet Pam Pam, the feline with the most captivating eyes you’ll ever see! Take a look at her below, but beware – if you stare too long, you might find it hard to look away again. Pam Pam’s unique eye coloration is due to a medical condition called heterochromia iridis. This condition causes abnormalities in the iris, which results in one eye having a different color than the other. Another type of heterochromia, known as segmental heterochromia, causes different colors within the same eye. Heterochromia can be caused by genetic inheritance, inbreeding, or mutation. Interestingly, some cat breeds, such as the Turkish Angora, consider heterochromia to be a desirable trait that breeders aim to maintain. However, inherited heterochromia iridis is generally harmless and can also occur in humans. To learn more about animals with different variations of this condition, click here.
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