One-eyed cat


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fWord

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It's a genetic condition which I studied about a little during my days in Uni. But I can hardly remember anything about it now.

In the pathology lab, there were samples of these bizarre things lying around. I've even seen a head sample from a calf (baby cow) which had the same condition.
 

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Quite sad to see it :cry:

Although seeing the wide open eye did made me think that it might be a hoax. It is a new-born kitten, I didn't expect the eye to be so wide open.

Could such genetic disorders be due to diet of the animal's parents?
 

simon80

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red eye .. albino
deficency in genetic ..
 

DT_

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:eek:

cannot wear glasses liao!
 

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One thing I noticed... don't kittens have blue eyes and kittens dont open their eyes till one week later..... hmmmm very dodgy the pic......
 

Swatch

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Maybe after the kitten died the owner forced open the eye and took the picture...:dunno:
 

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