Californian Recessive White - CRW
Weissnasse, White tail, Fading white
Californian recessive white is a very unique mutation. It can be found in all different mutations. As they age they turn white in a symmetrical pattern over the face and some also around the tail and over the body. Babies are born "in their normally colours", and around 1-5 years of age start getting white rings around their ears, nose, and tails. Some stay that way but other continue to whiten over the whole body. This mutation showed up first in California.
CRW and CRWc females
CRW and CRWc males