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What color are cats eyes

The answer is that there are at least 3 colors of cat eyes. The colors of their eyes can be brownish, grayish, blackish or light grayish. The majority of them are light grayish colors, but there are also some brownish colors.

The most common colors of cat eyes are grayish, brownish, blackish and light grayish colors. There are also some cats who have eyes that are very dark like blackish or dark grayish colors.

The colors of cat eyes depend on the genes of the cats and their environment. It is possible to have a cat with colors that do not belong to the group of colors of cat eyes. The colors of cat eyes can be changed by the genes of the animals, their environment and the colors of their owners.

The colors of cat eyes can be changed by the genes of the cats and their environment. It is possible to have a cat with colors that do not belong to the group of colors of cat eyes. The colors of cat eyes can be changed by the genes of the animals, their environment and the colors of their owners.

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