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First Sign of Old Age?

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Jess2308, Jul 31, 2009.


  1. Jess2308

    Jess2308 PetForums VIP

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    Simon has a white whisker :eek: And he also has a little one just growing through now. I hope all his whiskers and eyebrows come through white, he'd looks so pretty :D

    How cute is that though?

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  2. badbudgie

    badbudgie PetForums Member

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    Ahh, how old is he? Our two are tabbies so they have a mixture of white and black whiskers, they will be able to hide the advancement of age a little better!
     
  3. Jess2308

    Jess2308 PetForums VIP

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    He's about 16 now :)

    He's black/chocolate but does have a white patch on his chest. Has always had black whiskers though! I thought he'd got a thread on him so tried to pull it off! He was not overly impressed with that...lol
     
  4. Yorkshire mum

    Yorkshire mum PetForums Junior

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    Cant remember where you parked the car at tesco, thats a sign of old age.
     
  5. MySugar

    MySugar PetForums Senior

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    Didn't think cats drive cars :confused: ;)
    And I do that and i'm only 26!

    With regards to your cute kitty and his white whisker, I didn't realise cats went grey like we do!
     
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