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Selective cat breeding – a critical appraisal — 6 Comments

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  2. M’kay, I did not get very far in to the article, because when I clicked on the link in mu email, it took me to the bottom of this page… So, I’m the second/third one to comment. Mr. Althouse, may I ask, how did you hit upon this page? Secondly, are you finding issue with the single photo that was displayed? (Many of us do single-mindedly–find an image to be more “tangible” than the words on the page. I find, more often than not, that I need to focus on the words, rather than the image, being a visual type person.

    What exactly IS your issue, because I am certain that you have something to say, ? something of interest. do tell. –oops! that sounded a bit pretentious, didn’t it. well, stay on this site, because I can tell you this much. Lurking beneath said “pretension,” is an uncanny ability to pick out those who are predators. we are catlovers slash all-species-lovers, after all. So stick with us. You may find that we are not what you think we are. 🙂

  3. This is really retarded you don’t have any other types of cats that are selectivly bred!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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