Introducing Pam Pam, the feline with eyes so captivating they’ll leave you entranced. But beware – staring at them for too long might make it difficult to look away! Pam Pam’s unique appearance is due to an eye condition called heterochromia iridis. This condition causes one eye to have a different color than the other, and in some cases, even results in varying colors within the same eye (known as segmental heterochromia). Heterochromia can occur due to genetic inheritance, mutation, or inbreeding, and while it poses no harm, it’s interesting to note that some cat breeds like the Turkish Angora actually consider this trait desirable and breeders strive to maintain it. It’s worth mentioning that heterochromia is present not only in cats but also in humans and other animals. If you’re curious to see more animals with this condition, check out this comprehensive list.