Oh where the heck have I been, and how did i miss this thread?!
Congrats on the new babies - how exciting for you!!!!
My current foster had 4 kittens (one was born with an umbilical hernia and didnt make it) but two of her kittens were pointed!
First time in my fostering history to get a pointed cat. The mom is a dilute calico, but she had one red with white, one tortie with white, then two seal points. Even though they were pure white, I knew almost immediately that they were "real white" cats. Comparing the white on the orange kitten, I could tell the white on the pointed kittens was actually a little creamish.
Here is a picture of the surviving pointed kitten at 3 days old
You can see it's ears are already starting to change.
Here is another pic of it at 2 weeks old
see how the leather on his nose changed? And his tail is also turning at this age.
I couldnt tell if he was going to be a seal point or blue point until later, but it has been fun watching him grow into his colors.
Here a pic of him taken today - he is 7 weeks old.
dont mind his look - he is a longer haired cat and isnt very good at keeping his rear end clean and he just had a bath not too long before we took his picture. He is a playful thing though, the best out of the bunch and I am in love with his blue eyes!
Anyway, thanks for sharing your litter with us! Your babes are 5 days old already and I dont see a hint of color on it's ears, it might be safe to say they are pure white. Dad (at least one of the dads) had to have been a white. A white parent carrying one white gene will yield 50% white kittens. A white parent (despite what the other parent is) carrying both white genes will yield 100% white kittens. I look forward to watching them grow. What a bunch of little cuties!!!