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|Posté le: Jeu 3 Mai - 14:42 (2018) Sujet du message: Healthy Inbred Cats - How Is This Possible?
When I was a child, my family had a young, female cat who had given birth to four kittens. One kitten, who looked nothing like the other 3, died soon after birth, but the other 3 were very healthy and grew quickly. However, we realized that it was extremely likely that the 3 kittens had been sired by their grandfather. Basically, we had 3 inbred kittens who were very healthy, but the 4th that wasn't inbred turned out to be the runt.
It's been 12 years since those kittens were born. They, along with their mother, are still alive and well, living with different family members. The kittens turned out to be affectionate, well-adjusted and overall delightful cats, with no apparent health problems.
I'm very happy that our cats turned out so well, but I do wonder how this is possible if they were inbred. I've read about the many health problems that come from inbreeding, and it looks as if our kittens turned out to be extremely lucky. Basically, how were all 3 kittens able to turn out so well despite their heritage?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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