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Do gray kittens change color?
Bruce the kitten – now Bruce the cat – has a very interesting coat. Perhaps the kitty is part chameleon, because as he grew, his fur started changing color!
Why do GREY cats turn black?
Young cats grow darker, and older cats turn gray. UV rays from the sun bleach dark fur, as does a tyrosine deficiency in the diet. Sudden color changes suggest a hormonal imbalance. Don’t assume that sickness is the reason why your cat’s fur is changing color.
Do cats markings change with age?
Cat colors can change with age. As cats get older, they start getting gray hair just like humans do. But unless your cat is dark in color, you probably won’t notice the silver strands creeping in. The fur of seal-point Siamese and other dark-pointed Oriental breeds also darkens with age.
Do kittens get darker as they get older?
The kitten coat will darken as the cat gets older.
Do tabby kittens change color?
Tabbies are Shape Shifters. If we have a tabby cat, they are subtly changing, every day. Bands of color on the fur combine to make bands of color on the cat. The highly knowledgable Messybeast explains tabby genetics, but the short version is that tabby is a coat pattern, not a breed.
Why is my black kitten GREY?
As black animals age, fur on their faces begins to turn white or gray. This change may also happen on the paws, chest or the stomach. White whiskers sometimes replace dark colored whiskers. Just like humans, cats lose pigment in their hair, as they enter their senior years.
Do kittens get darker with age?
Will my black kitten keep her stripes?
I’d just wait and see. Kittens don’t get their adult coat until 6 to 12 months old (my girl is 11 months old and still has a bit of her baby fur). He might be a smokey black so that’s why you see the stripes more right now.
Do kittens stripes get darker?