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Munchkin Cats (14 pics)

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  • 24 Mar, 2011  |
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The Munchkin is a cat breed created by a naturally occurring genetic mutation that results in cats with abnormally short legs. They are dachshunds among cats.

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№1 Author: lillady (24 Mar 2011 01:06) Total user comments: 281


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interesting didn't know they existed!
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№2 Author: StoneTalon (24 Mar 2011 04:23) Total user comments: 123


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I like the ones that have their ears folded down too. Mega cute with a side of D'aaawww
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№3 Author: Jockey straddler (24 Mar 2011 04:45) Total user comments: 699


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Hopefully there are no "ghoulish tinkering" under the name of "research" done to these cute creatures.
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№4 Author: Onedrew (24 Mar 2011 08:24) Total user comments: 15


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the firsr one is cute... the rest are just creepy
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№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (24 Mar 2011 09:18) Total user comments: 5518


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It's intrinsically wrong to propagate mutations in animals, whether or not they're pets. Where do you draw the line once you've crossed it?
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№6 Author: salsapopo (24 Mar 2011 10:20) Total user comments: 12723


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so cute
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№7 Author: Haro (24 Mar 2011 12:24) Total user comments: 551


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№8 Author: 2fuzzy (24 Mar 2011 13:48) Total user comments: 10400


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Feline versions of the Corgi or Dotson.
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№9 Author: raymond.wendt (24 Mar 2011 15:18) Total user comments: 9115


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maybe those short legs will keep them off the furniture.... nah!
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№10 Author: pedro carlos (24 Mar 2011 16:05) Total user comments: 856


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great cats.
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№11 Author: joffenbaker (24 Mar 2011 16:14) Total user comments: 4965


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It levels the playing field when you try to run over them with the car 07
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№12 Author: Lu (24 Mar 2011 17:30) Total user comments: 15082


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Yeah, specially bred for busy city streets. Cute.
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№13 Author: You-Know-Who (24 Mar 2011 21:10) Total user comments: 499


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Kawaii, ne? 24 29
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№14 Author: Nsibai (24 Mar 2011 22:39) Total user comments: 5694


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№15 Author: NooFoo (26 Mar 2011 05:18) Total user comments: 799


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mebe easier to cook em that way?
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№16 Author: Cacabit (26 Mar 2011 20:55) Total user comments: 819


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vision of horror
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№17 Author: mortex (27 Mar 2011 06:52) Total user comments: 740


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Jimmy,

Wouldn't that covert over to humans then? Where is the line drawn? Midgets, albinos, hemolytics?
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№18 Author: Jimmy Johnson (28 Mar 2011 15:50) Total user comments: 5518


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mortex - Mutations in humans aren't 'bred' as a novelty. There's a difference between breeding a characteristic and a genetic anomoly. Dwarfism, as an example, isn't necessarily passed on.
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№19 Author: cherrygarcia14 (31 Mar 2011 16:52) Total user comments: 2278


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47 they're cuter
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