Mom Paula was also able to capture Brulee in some natural sunlight this week. Brulee's eyes are a different color of green than Truffle's. They are a little lighter green and Brulee tends to squint when the sunshine is bright. Mom Paula says that's what she does with her blue eyes. This photo was on the same foot rest that Truffle was on in yesterday's photo. It was a different time of the day,. but you could see Brulee's lovely green eye color, even if she is squinting. You can also see her cute little brick red nose that is outlined in black, which is standard for silver shaded Persians. Brulee has a lot of eye drainage and it's a constant battle to keep them cleaned. She has some staining, but Mom Paula tries to work on the fur every day. The unique thing about Brulee is her "fur horns" and ear tufts. Many people will trim the fur on the top of the head, especially if they are showing the cats in a cat show for judging. Mom Paula thinks all of that fur gives Brulee character and they're staying. Brulee also requires a lot of grooming because her cottony soft fur mats very easily. Would you believe Brulee had been groomed a couple of hours before this photo?
Brulee in the sunlight
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