cats  color


Question by  bjfu (19)

Can a kitten's eyes change color within the first 3 months or so?

I think my kitten eyes changes color.


Answer by  rvan73 (68)

While all kittens are born with blue eyes, there are few breeds that have blue eyes as adults. Examples of blue-eyed cat breeds are the Siamese, Ragdoll, Birman, etc. Most other breeds of cats have eye colors such as green, yellowish-green and amber/gold once they reach maturity. The color change typically occurs between six weeks and three months of age.


Answer by  HilaryC (1382)

Yes they can change color. All cat's when they are born have blue eyes. This changes as they get older until it settles on a set color such as green or yellow. Don't worry you're not going crazy and this is perfectly normal! I believe this happens with dogs as well as cats.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

Kittens eyes always change color. They start out blue or blue-grey and we all get really psyched that we have these darling blue-eyed kits! However, as they mature, unless they are genetically blue-eyed, they will change to gold, green or brownish.


Answer by  CaliCatGirl (23)

Like humans, most kittens are born with darkish/blueish eyes. The true color of your cat's eyes will certainly change over time. After about three weeks of age, your kitten's eyes will begin to change from their original dark color to the color the eyes will have as an adult, and that change continues until 3-4 months of age.


Answer by  shitalaluriamazoncom (81)

Yes kitten eye's change color between two to three months of age. Sometimes like all other aspects of maturing there are individual variations. Some kitten donot change eye color till adulthood.


Answer by  lillybby (359)

Yes, kittens eyes tend to change color. It is normal. Many cats eyes still change color as they get older.

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