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Originally posted by AgentSmith
Looks like the head of a mouse and the body of a mouse to me...
Cat Gives Birth To Mouse-Like Kitten?
According to the owner of the cat, the litter included 5 regular kittens, and one that more resembles a mouse.
The owner says the nose, mouth and ears look like that of a mouse, but the rest of the body is that of a cat.
The mother cat doesn't seem to notice or mind. She's nursing and taking care of it, just like the kittens.
It is possible to cross-breed some animals. You can get crossbreeds from wolves and dogs because they are genetically closely related. You can get crossbreeds from horses, donkeys and zebra because all of these are closely related (the offspring are mostly sterile). You can get crossbreeds from pet cats and some species of wildcat because they are closely related. But you can't get crossbreeds from cats and rabbits because they are unrelated and are genetically very different from each other. A cat is a carnivore with its whole body adapted to hunting and meat-eating. A rabbit is a herbivore with its whole body adapted to eating plants. Even if you got a very confused cat to mate with an equally confused bunny, their genes are incompatible so you won't get offspring.
I got this article from here.......messybeast.com...