I recently adopted a cute little furball. Her mother was a traditional seal point Siamese. Her father…who knows….Lilly (the mother) belongs to a friend who breeds Siamese so I can trace the mother’s side. She escaped during a minor house fire. She returned safe and pregnant. Each kitten in the litter looked different. Mine has a tuxedo coloring, black/brown face, legs and tail and a gray/blue body. I’m wondering if she will stay a black smoke or do you think she will turn all black and just have a tuxedo coloring? She is 3 months old now. She also has lovely gray/blue eyes. Will those stay? She did have deep blue eyes that changed to this new color. She goes to the vet in 2 weeks for her next set of shots and such but I’m not sure if he would know.
Answer by Brittany
Kittens are born with blue eyes that normally change when they get older. Your cat’s eyes might not change if they already did, but don’t be surprised if they do.
A lot of cats’ appearance changes as they grow up. My cat started to get white on his underbelly and chin, and little black spots came on his white paws.
You’d have better luck asking a veternarian.