23 Portraits Of Animals With Multicoloured Eyes You Won't Believe Are Real

Andrea A.
14/10/2015

Having two eyes with different coloured irises is called heteochromia. It’s one of nature’s magnificent anomalies. An amazing fault in the genetic code.Some species and breeds are predisposed to heteochromia. This applies especially to Huskies, domestic rats, Turkish Angora cats and Japonese Bobtails.Here are 23 amazing portraits of these fascinating creatures. There’s no need for Photoshop here.

1. It’s hard not to give in to their every demand.

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2. What a beautiful rainbow kitty.

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3. Contemplation in different colours.

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4. We went to great lengths to find a dog with a two-toned nose!

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5. We went to great lengths to find a dog with a two-toned nose!

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6. Too much staring at the ocean…

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7. The embodiment of canine elegance.

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8. “Trust me…”

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9. It’s a very frequent anomaly in Huskies.

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10. Who knew such animals even existed?

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11. There are the typical shades of blue in this cats iris.

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12. It is often used as a charming device.

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13. Meet Mr. Firework.

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14. “You can’t stop me from driving. I have the best eyesight out of everyone.”

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15. Hyp-not-eye-sing.

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16. It’s important to accept those with differences.

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17. “You can’t bring yourself to tell me off and you know it.”

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18. A bipolar goddess.

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19. Even fluffballs can have two different coloured eyes.

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20. His Majesty Xavier.

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21. And his Royal Highness Angus.

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22. The first multicoloured Shih Tzu.

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23. “I’ve never understood why you get cut more slack than me.”

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