Features

March 2014 Issue

Why Haircoats Can Change Color

Sunlight and aging are among the reasons, but so are skin and hormonal disorders, and serious disease

If your cat’s coat changes color, don’t become alarmed. In many cases, it’s could be a normal development. The hair of some cats, particularly those who are dark, turns gray as they age. Siamese kittens begin life with light-colored coats, without the characteristic dark “points” they will develop later on the nose, ears, tail and paws.

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