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Imperatriz, MA, Brazil. In a house where lives a male rabbit and a female cat, two strange kittens were born. They have characteristics of both species.

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Added: Jan-23-2009 Occurred On: Jan-23-2009
By: ImTheMan
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Location: Imperatriz, Maranhao, Brazil (load item map)
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  • Don't think that is possible.

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  • its a CABBIT or RABBAT favourite food is beef and carrots.

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  • The cats body does look like the rabbits body . Ive seen a lot of bobtail cats but these cats legs look just like the rabbits legs and they run like a rabbit.

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  • It is illegal to transplant onto a cat a rabbit's ass.

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  • Just like me,some cats never have a piece of tail...

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  • well i heard that mexicans are proof that the spanish successfully mated and had offspring whith buffalo....its just what i heard

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  • You can eat the back half of this cat, unless your korean, then you only eat the front. bon apetite

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  • Isn't that just a natural breed of cat with a poof tail?

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  • A cat without a tail

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  • I thought this was not possible for two different species to produce offspring. DNa and all that. Can a chimp mate with a woman and make a baby, Gawd i hope not.

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  • Genetically impossible.

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  • I'm no scientist, but I'm pretty sure that's scientifically impossible... Cross breeding between genetically different species.

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  • I have a cat the same as this !! It's called a Manx cat. Thats because I live in the Isle of Man (small island between the UK and Ireland.) There are loads of Manx cats here, some with no tails and some with very short tails. They all have longer back legs and run like rabbits. This video is a fake. 100%

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  • Who hasn't seen a cat with a small tail?

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  • teacup cat?

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  • damn rabbits screw anything. anything.

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  • What a bunch of morons. These are manx. I had one, loved it and it hopped around too. Morons.

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  • Wow, these people are so ignorant. That's impossible, they are Manx cats. They do have a different gait than other cats. The chromosomes would never accommodate this. Reminds me of the dumb teenager who was convinced the dog she had, was a mother of puppy-kittens. Ignorance.

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  • Cat with deformed hind legs. Whoopty-doo. Next thing you know they'll report on the Virgin Mary appearing on burnt toast.

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  • It is impossible to actually produce cat-rabbit hybrids as they are genetically incompatible despite their similar number of chromosomes. Additionally, cats and rabbits have different mating habits. Female cats are induced to ovulate by the tomcat's barbed penis, which scratches the female's vagina as he withdraws. Male rabbits have smooth penises and are not able to cause a female cat to ovulate. Thus, even when copulation takes place, there would be no egg to fertilize.

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  • Isn't there a chance that this an actual chimera? If I understand the related articles (on Chimeras and genetics) correctly, it's genetically impossible for the DNA of different species to combine. But it seems that it's not biologically impossible for an organism to develop with different DNA for separate organs.
    A possible scenario is that a rabbit mated with a cat after she had (successfully) mated with another cat. The rabbit's surfer dude (red: Look Who's Talking) somehow must have managed More..

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    • No, the egg and sperm CAN combine, fertility tests done years ago using horse sperm introduced into women patients proved the sperm found and were trying to penetrait the egg. The sperm and egg can combine and begin division, but the differences in the DNA soon stops the division;

      "For accurate mapping of the suspect fallopian blockages, it was decided to use live horse semen as an indicator. Fresh supplies were obtained from the Chomorsk State Breeding Centre daily, and consisted of full- More..

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  • Are these the ones they're fishing with?

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  • Manx's. I owned one before. Cool cat. Has an opposing thumb (sort of) and can pick things up like a hand. Rear does look just like a rabbit as well.

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  • Not possible, different gene and DNA, it's just a cat with some weird DNA of it's own bred with other cats. Stupid stories like this only appear in these third-world hick countries where they're too ignorant to know or care about science.

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