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Old 03-09-2011, 06:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Do cats get gray like dogs/horses as they age?
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Yes they can...although the majority don't.
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Most "graying" cats I've seen lost pigment under the chin.

My favorite breed the Somali seems to be prone to pigment loss in old age, I took this picture of a Somali cat in Germany, I believe she was about 20 years old and she had lost a lot of pigment ! All the white areas used to be as ruddy as the rest of this cat's fur when she was younger.


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Only cats named MowMow
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I don't now how I'd tell His face/chest are all white. I'd have to hope for some salt and ...gingering...on his temples to see it.
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That is the best image of all time. He needs a cane too.
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Cats named MowMow rarely get grey hair...although they are known to cause grey hair!
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Old 03-10-2011, 01:27 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Oh man does he.....
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That is the best image of all time. He needs a cane too.
Go all out! Why not complete the ensemble with a top hat and monocle too! I think we now require a picture of the Mow dressed like this. *sagenod*

I've never seen a graying cat...but I think Rochelle would look adorable with a little gray muzzle. XD
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Go all out! Why not complete the ensemble with a top hat and monocle too! I think we now require a picture of the Mow dressed like this.
I agree
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