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Celebrity Persian cat that ‘looks like my grandma’ is an inbred tragedy — 4 Comments

  1. I just knew there was something wrong with this cat. But humans also have defects. We all know they are unhealthy and could potentially be costly so it is inhumane to deliberately inbreed. And they are exploiting him. People need to know this.

    • Yes, Tara. And humans do have defects and we have a duty to treat these people with kindness and decency. As you say we should also treat cats with defects the same way but that’s not the case with this cat. He’s being laughed at and used to entertain.

  2. I agree with Albert.

    I see too many cats deliberately bred to exploit deformity. Mostly for money and prizes at shows.

    Humans would be rightly horrified if human babies were produced with deliberately calculated deformity or disability.

    Nothing gives humans the right to screw up a species as so many domestic cat species have been.

    Caring for all other species, understanding them, yes. Do that, just that.

  3. This “comedian” is an idiot displaying idiotic behavior towards an innocent and gentle cat. People should not be encouraged to do that. I also hate to be a grumpy man but I see this kind of behavior all too often. There’s nothing wrong with being caring toward our pets or strays who pose absolutely no hostility or threat to us at all. Even if they did, this is their world too and we deserve their hostility for what we do to them, as evidenced by attitudes like in this video.

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