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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/07/03

breeding

My cat' s (male) grandfather are the same as another cat' s (female) great grandfather. Are the two bloodlines to close together to breed?

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Dear Anon

Follow Cat Lady's advice.

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Posted by: Cat Lady | 2009/07/06

DON" T breed. Have a look at all the beautiful cats and kittens at the SPCA and other instances. You are not a breeder otherwise you wouldn' t ask such a question but please do not breed. All these beautiful cats or kittens would love to be in your home should you want one.

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