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    OMG I want one!



    They're a natural mutation, that have no drawbacks, just they look a little different. They're called "lykoi cats" and they look like little werewolves!

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    Re: OMG I want one!

    Quote Originally Posted by Munin-Hugin View Post


    They're a natural mutation, that have no drawbacks, just they look a little different. They're called "lykoi cats" and they look like little werewolves!
    I saw these. They are peculiar in their "hairless" stage...

    I'll wait until they start showing up as strays, though.
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    Re: OMG I want one!

    Oh they're beautiful and weird. I want one too.
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    Re: OMG I want one!

    My wife thinks they're freaky. I'd love to see guests' faces when we sit to watch a movie and a little werewolf hops up into their laps!

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    They are a bit freaky, that's what's so great about them! Adorable with a dash of scary
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    Re: OMG I want one!

    There are cute...but...
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    And not bred by humans,but a natural mutation that humans now want to breed for pure bred show thing.
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    Re: OMG I want one!

    Quote Originally Posted by thalassa View Post
    There are cute...but...
    Yes, that... I agree we don't need any more exciting new breeds. But they're still adorable.
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    Re: OMG I want one!

    I was wondering how people are thinking it's okay to sell "bred" animals for so much. Okay, so I have a pair of cats that have the same traits, and I light a few candles, put out a bowl of milk and some tuna, then let them go at it. Where's the effort worth all that money? Hurray, you got a couple of cats to screw and have kittens.

    I love the description of their temperment, and they look awesome but ... not for that money. I'll take a dumpster kitty anyday.

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    Re: OMG I want one!

    Quote Originally Posted by Munin-Hugin View Post
    I was wondering how people are thinking it's okay to sell "bred" animals for so much. Okay, so I have a pair of cats that have the same traits, and I light a few candles, put out a bowl of milk and some tuna, then let them go at it. Where's the effort worth all that money? Hurray, you got a couple of cats to screw and have kittens.

    I love the description of their temperment, and they look awesome but ... not for that money. I'll take a dumpster kitty anyday.
    If breeding is done correctly, the money should be going to cover the health screening for the queen and sire, pre-natal exams for the queen, vitamins and supplements, post-natal exams for the queen and litter, vaccinations and deworming, and anything else that comes up. If breeding is done correctly, there really isn't any profit from the litter, it's done for the love of the breed alone. That being said, breeding usually isn't done correctly, much to the detriment of the individual animals and the breed as a whole. Even when all goes well, it's still inbreeding--because that's how you isolate and perpetuate selected traits. Especially when those traits are recessive. The Lykoi cats are too new for us to know what their health problems will be, but I'm confident that they will show up.

    Dumpster kitties on the whole are hardier, healthier, and far more in need of help than any trendy new breed, so I agree with you that I'd prefer to rescue someone who really needs it rather than contribute to the problem.
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