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A Furry Friday Photo

Posted by terrepruitt on April 6, 2018

Here is Teagan. She is a very pretty kitty. She has green eyes. They change color from green to yellow. Do most green eyes do that? I know a couple of people who have green eyes and they say their eyes change color, too. I don’t think Nessa’s change, but Teagan’s do. Sometimes you can see the yellow and the green at the same time. She likes to play but not as actively as her sister. She is a great cat!

I am posting our beautiful black cat as my Friday Photo today.

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2 Responses to “A Furry Friday Photo”

  1. Joy Ellen said

    I have green hazel eyes. My eyes will look more yellow or blue depending on the lighting and what I’m wearing, but the change is not as dramatic as a cat’s.

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    • Yes, what we wear can influence the color of our eyes. But I also think that some people’s eyes actually change color. I know my cats eyes do because sometimes you can see the color shift in their eye. The color will be half and half. It is amazing. Green Hazel Eyes are awesome!

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