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Discussion in 'Describing Cats - What Does My Cat Look Like?' started by unano, Nov 4, 2016.
My cat Mr bear has a cowlick and it's so much longer and fluffier than him!
Here are the two latest picture of him taken as of 31Oct2017
That is truly special, I have never seen anything like it! Thank you for keeping us up on his cowlick! It must be a very rare trait since there are so few with it, I take it must be an inherited trait but must be recessive. That it developed when he started to get his true fur in is interesting too.
Sophaloaf420, THAT is a special cowlick too! That it is so much longer and a different color to 'accent ' it is unique. I would bet it may have happened in the womb, Whoops! We forgot to grow the normal coat in this ONE spot! Or like above a truly recessive trait that happened a million to one to come out! Congratulations!
Thank you so much! He is the only one in the litter that developed that. I noticed when he was about 2 weeks old that the hair on his back is sticking up and i actually got more curious and day by day the hair around his cow lick grows in different direction and longer too compare to the rest of his fur and that even made me more curiuos. As far as i know looking at his pedegree back to at least 5 generations back from his parents that there's none like him. He bred one of my queens few days ago i will see if there will be one like him when the kittens arrives in a few months. I will surely keep this site updated.
@sophaloaf420 that is so cute! Reminds me of the little toe tufts long haired cats get.
My little orange long haired 'Yammy' (because he is the color of a yam) has those toe tufts! I do think they are precious!