my sealpoint 8 month old is starting to revert to white in places

Is that normal? Her face and tail and feet were very black at 4 months old. Now here legs have turned brown and are getting lighter all the time as new fur grows in. Her face, other than her nose, is also "fading". The under side of her tail is also fading (more than the top side). At the same time, her belly, especially between her back legs is getting dark. It is all very strange to me.

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Aug 09, 2011
i shot your cat...
by: Anonymous

we have some terrible news. your cat has died from litter inhalsion. he was spluttering up my i shot him...sorry bob..

Jul 26, 2011
Fading Brown
by: Anonymous

I too have a Siamese Chocolate Point who was born with a very dark brown nose that has now turned pink at the end in the shape of the top of a heart. Her fur is whitening around her eyes and her ears are now "freckled" with white fur. The vet didn't know what it was either. The vet actually thought the kitten rubbed her fur off her nose but then investigated further. I would be interested in any information you uncover in your search too. My Siamese girl is now 4 years old and she continues to "freckle" and her face is whitening.

I have never had Siamese before so I do not have a clue what might be happening to her. She is always happy and is my Burmese girl's best friend.

We did find out recently that she is lactose intolerant.... I wonder if that has something to do with it. We tried a new Friskies canned food with cheese... really bad. She had diarrhea for a week and then we went to the vet and she put her on medicine and diagnosed her with the lactose intolerance.

Both cats now get just one flavor of food and one brand. I know it doesn't make either one of them sick.

So maybe there's a correlation in that somewhere....

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