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My cat's eyes change colors sometimes is this normal?

Sometimes her eyes are white, sometimes they're blue. Lately I've been noticing them look kind of green as well. Does this happen to just mine or do your's do it too?

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  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    It's perfectly normal for a cat's eyes to look normal in different light exposures. Sometimes Izzie's eyes look green, sometimes blue, and sometimes goldish. Kittens eye do change color as they grow. Unless there is a discharge, excessive tearing, or she seems to be having trouble seeing, there's no reason to worry, it's normal.
  • Valerie DurhamValerie Durham Member Posts: 8,724
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    Oh, come now. Cats don't have white eyes unless they have cataracts, and blue eyes require entirely different color genetics than do other colored eyes. Looking gold or green depending on the light, as Izzie says, is common.
  • melanie ramosmelanie ramos Member Posts: 18
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    Its nomal.Sometimes my cat Clea always looks at the light and her eyes are red when she looked at me its grey when someone touch her it becomes blue..Nothing to worry about your cats eye Its her normal color..Hi and Welcome to Catster nice to meet you..
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