The Color of a Cat’s Nose

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Cat's Nose

Did you know that the color of a cat’s nose is often directly related to the color of their fur? Gray cats have gray noses, black cats have black noses, white cats have pink noses, and so on.

You may also notice color changes in your kitty’s cute button-nose due to periods of excitement, stress, temperature changes, aging, injury, or illness.

As part of your home wellness check, examine your kitty’s nose for normal color changes and/or signs of a sick kitty. Have fun with nose checkups and make it a routine playtime event!


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