Do cats have ''caps?''

OK, a lot of cats are white with some colored “saddle” which sometimes extends up to the head. However, often the saddle is interrupted in the neck area, and the cat also has a “cap.” One of the definitions of “cap,” according to Merriam-Webster is " the top of a bird’s head or a patch of distinctively colored feathers in this area." This is sorta the same way I’d describe the differently-colored spot atop the cat’s head.

The GQ: I don’t see the term “cap” necessarily incorrect just because it’s not listed as a commonly-used term, but is there a more proper term to describe this?