Species of Cat Bred To Look Like Werewolf

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If the arrogance and aloofness of your regular household cat doesn’t put enough fear in your heart, breeders have created a new species of felines to dismiss you daily — but these one have been bred to look like werewolves.

Lykio Cats were developed from a breed of short-hair cat with a genetic mutation preventing them from developing a full coat of hair on their face, giving them their lycanthropic appearance.

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Says the Lykoi Website,

In the end, we found that the cats are healthy, and the hair pattern is not from any known disease or disorder. It was determined that it was indeed a true natural mutation, and our breeding program began. September 14, 2011 we welcomed the first kitten from a Lykoi Cat to Lykoi Cat breeding…. She has been named “Daciana” and to date she is the only known second generation Lykoi.”

So if you want a werewolf that will easily fit in your apartment, go ahead and invest in a Lykio Cat. And then please upload a feline shot-by-shot remake of Thriller. Thank you.

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(Via Geekologie)

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