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Re: RE:HYB:Plicata Genetics Part 4


But as she has
>advanced in her "nine lives" instead of getting gray like people, she has
>become more orange --

Black animals have a tendancy to show reddening of the coat as age advances. 
In cattle it can be due to mineral deficiencies to. Perhaps as they age, the 
body does not utilise the minerals as well, and the coat loses some of it's 
dark colouring.
Perhaps she needed "Go Cat for over 8's" cat food for seniors!
Cheers, and Merry Christmas, Jan Clark, in Aus.
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