A harlequin cat has a bi-colored coat pattern with high-grade white spotting. It is characterized by a predominantly white coat with random solid-colored markings covering one-fourth to one-third of the cat’s body, including its tail. It means an adequate amount of white spotting should surround the colored patches.
Harlequin Cat Colors
In a harlequin pattern, the amount of white patches covers nearly the entire body along with patches of a solid color, which may include black, gray, brown, orange, red, and cream. The cat’s body may also have tabby patterns.