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Q: Mix

December 11, 2012 | By Monkeyfire94 | 1 answer | Expired: 731 days ago

Hi guys my my mom has 4yrd old main coon. And her sister has a siberan cat and they want to get these two mate for for there younger brother kids to have kittens. They don't want to buy cats they do t have alot of money exactly they just want kittens so they my mom main coon is male and my aunt siberan cat is female so what do u think us it possible for these two to breed becoming a new Breed of cat or become norgien Forrest cat.

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Dec 11, 2012

No one, especially someone with no knowledge of genetics and breeding, needs to be breeding cats. And obviously if you're asking these kinds of questions your not educated in the science of genetics and breeding. Your kittens won't be a new breed and they won't be a Norwegian Forest cat. They'll be mixed breed cats. If you don't have the $$ to buy or adopt, you don't have the $$ to be breeding and caring for more cats. Thousands of precious cats and kittens die in shelters every day because too many people can't make the connection between their own inaction on spay/neuter and the number of shelter animals. If somebody's kids want kittens, adopt them and get your own spayed and neutered. They'll be happier and healthier w/o the hormones. The risk of cancer will eliminated in some cases and greatly reduced in others. Serious infections of the uterus will also no longer be a problem. If you really love animals, you'll put their welfare above your own selfish needs to be a matchmaker and kitten maker. ANd if this all about letting the kids experience the wonders of birth, take them to the shelter and let them experience the sadness of death. Maybe they'll at least grow up to get it and become more compassionate in their choices.

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