It may be that in the litter that one of the cats came from the mother or father was a white cat ( that would be a recessive gene) and it reoccured in this generation. Just because it's a recessive gene doesn't mean it can't come back.
black and white
It can produce images of objects within a cell.
If you crossed a black hen/roo with a white hen/roo, the offspring would NOT be blue. If he was recessive white, the chicks would be black. If he was dominant white, the chicks would be white with some black "smudges" or "spots". The only way to produce 100% blue chicks is to cross a black roo over splash hens or a splash rooster over black hens.
A red flower and a yellow flower mating to produce an orange flower. (Apex)
the babies could be any colour.
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Berlioz is the black kitten. Toulouse is the brownish - orange one, and Marie the white kitten.
Marie (white girl) Berloiz (black boy) Toulouse (orange boy)
Theoreticly it should be a brown kitten. But more than likley it will be a 50/50 chance of being black or white. Or maybe the kitten(s) will be black with white spots, or white with black spots. You'll have to bredd them and find out. P.S: it is written "COLOUR" not Color, Color is what you put on a dogs neck.
Well, it depens what color the parents are and well if the black gerbil has black parents and if the ruby eyed white gerbils parents are white there babies will probably produce white and black babies.
If there is a litter of kittens, there could be a different father for each kitten.
Sylvester! :D I hope he never eats Tweety.
The white one is Marie, the black one is Berlioz, and the orange one is Toulouse.
yes like any other dogs they can for example spaniels that are liver and white can produce black and white pups.
They could be white, grey, white and grey, or many other things. It is all about genetics. There could be a recessive gene in there for dark fur, so you might end up with a black kitten, or some other random color. Most likely you will get a white, grey or mixed white and grey kitten.