Originally Posted by Pat & Alix
I could be wrong but I really do believe she's a colorpoint - I had a fair number of colorpoint kittens (some with white) over the years I was breeding Curls...look at her paw pads..if she were a white or a with white paws, they would be pink, they are not. Her muzzle is colored, and it looks as if the tops of the fur on her paws is colored palely as well.
Not that it matters she is truly just adorable. If you go to my photos of Patrick in the photo section, look at his baby pix...even older, it was hard to see his color at all because he was a cream lynx point (even at 4 months I had to show them to the judges at his first show because they were so pale)..he looks like a pure white kitten in his photo too
Like you said it really doesn't matter, but I don't think it's a color point either, the nose leather is too pink and so isn't the ears, at 2 weeks there should be some color on it even if it's a dilute like blue or chocolate, but if it was some thing like lilac, it may not have a lot of color on the ears yet, but I really think the nose leather would be dark, like a color points would be
Kittens are 4 weeks in the picture but you can see the dark nose leather, which showed up almost from birth, this kitten is a blue:
These kittens are blue points or/or mitteds, mabey a little under 2 weeks the eyes are just opening, but you can still see color on the ears.
Like you said it's not important, and there is much more to worry about then the color, but since you brought up that you thought it was a color point I thought I would add a picture of my young color points.
I would love to see more pics as it gets older, I am curious whether she will darken up and is acually a color point or not.