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Mother Nature Takes A Wrong Turn

Follow the intriguing medical case history of a Himalayan kitten born with two genetic abnormalities that produced a unique appearance; one that created an unusual eye and one of confused sexual identification.


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The colorpoint pattern is recessive to full color. When a Himalayan is bred to a non-pointed Persian, the resulting kittens all carry the recessive pointed gene. These cats are called ColorPoint Carriers (CPC).

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