Thanks! What I meant was- is there something more specific than just 'smoke'? I read about it on another thread:
"smoke can come in any color of melanistic ; brown black, chocolate, cinnamon, and the dilute colors blue, lilac, fawn, and the modified dilute colors caramel, taupe, and carmel-fawn (or what ever a cinnamon modified dilute is called). It caused the silver inhibitor gene and makes a melanistic cat a smoke. Otherwise the cat is silver."
He was born on October 1st
Ah, ok...IDK - it is hard to tell right now, so when he gets older, his breeder should be able to tell you Or we will be able to tell you!