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Septicemia in a Newborn Kitten

Follow one breeder's experience in trying to save a litter of newborn Bambino kittens suffering from a suspected case of bacterial septicemia.


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The Sphynx’s hairlessness is produced by a mutation in the same gene that produces the short curly coat of the Devon Rex. In addition, the curly coat of the Selkirk Rex is also associated with the same gene.

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