This is the effect when hairs of an incorrect or odd colour (eg., white) are interspersed in a cat's coat. For example, a Siamese cat may have White Hairs scattered among the colored hairs of its mask, and it is then said to have a Brindled face. Brindling is usually a temporary condition and is corrected at the next moult.
(1) The longer tipped guard hairs carried up the sides of Tans. (2) An inter mixture of two colors without definite pattern.
Coloured or white hairs interspersed in the main coat colour.
Colored or white hairs interspersed in the main coat color.
Hairs of the wrong colour intermingled with those of the correct colour.