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'Half-cat' image circulates the web

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A bizarre image allegedly found on Google Street View has become an Internet phenomenon.

Was it a cat species as yet unknown to science, or some kind of mutant beast from another dimension? We're talking about the mystifying half-cat that had certain Internet-heads shaking in wonderment earlier today after allegedly being randomly captured by Google Street View.

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I wonder if the cat still gets nine lives..poor thing may only be allowed 4.5.

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hehe, I saw this pic YEARS ago and kinda funny how its surfaced again, so whoever recently posted it to that website is a bit late

here it is in 2009, http://topcultured.c...eirder-it-gets/

and thats probably still not the oldest link there is, but its Fun to hear it went viral, again!!

heres similar

Cat%2BHalf.jpg

http://www.google.co...12&tx=143&ty=98

and...wait for it

Conegato, Half Cat, half Rabbit !!

tumblr_lflnaiFp4i1qb7pvl.jpg

and before you all cry its impossible to have a half cat/rabbit, read the linky

http://www.ronworkma...3822789/cribbit

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Probably a friend of that two legged horse...

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It only eats half the cat food and sheds half as much hair.

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Probably a friend of that two legged horse...

this one by any any chance? :lol:

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and before you all cry its impossible to have a half cat/rabbit, read the linky

http://www.ronworkma...3822789/cribbit.

Here's more proof if you need it. This was our family pet 'Puffer' that we found in the woods back in 1975. I've got video somewhere of some old home movies that show the cat hopping away.

Puffer_zps37150831.jpg

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How the hell can it walk on two legs like that?

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How the hell can it walk on two legs like that?

:w00t:

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Even though I know it's photoshopped I don't like it....it sort of gives me the heebie jeebies looking at it, but I don't know why lol :blush:

I keep imagining these half cat's creeping about *shudder* :passifier:

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Saw this on the Daily Mail.Even though it's photoshop it still is odd and creepy.Someone's idea of a prank.

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Its amazing

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Huh.... Already debunked before the Opening Post, and still people think it is real?

I at first thought it was an artifact of blending two Google Street view pics together. I've done that before with my camera that allows two pics to be stiched together to make a panaramic pic. Dogs with 2 heads and people with 3 arms and such are easy to make, even on accident. The software matches up the background, and superimposes the major differences on both pics...

Photoshop is always a very real possibility however...

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this one by any any chance? :lol:

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Thats the one, :D

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hehe, I saw this pic YEARS ago and kinda funny how its surfaced again, so whoever recently posted it to that website is a bit late

here it is in 2009, http://topcultured.c...eirder-it-gets/

and thats probably still not the oldest link there is, but its Fun to hear it went viral, again!!

heres similar

Cat%2BHalf.jpg

http://www.google.co...12&tx=143&ty=98

and...wait for it

Conegato, Half Cat, half Rabbit !!

tumblr_lflnaiFp4i1qb7pvl.jpg

and before you all cry its impossible to have a half cat/rabbit, read the linky

http://www.ronworkma...3822789/cribbit

.

I recall when I was about 10 reading about some "cabbits" that were born. They were being sold by the owner but they looked so strange and I thought, how sad they will not know who/what they are because of their dual natures but I don't think they lived long.

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All cabbits that I've read about were actually deformed cats.

Cats and Rabbits are so genetically different that basically the only thing they have in common is that they are placental mammals.

Cat = Class: Mammalia, Order: Carnivora, Family: Felidae, Genus: Felis, Species: F. catus

Rabbit = Class: Mammalia, Order: Lagomorpha, Family: Leporidae, Genus: Oryctolagus, Species: O. cuniculus

AFAIK, such a hybrid is not even possible in a forced fertilization labratory environment.

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i wasn't sure what to make of it lol it looks funny and pretty damn cool and funny but i thought to myself that can't be real as in its more likely photo-shopped lol still that would be something to see and surprisingly too.if it was real it would maybe be a experiment by some scientist in labs maybe or it could be some mutation though as well.

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Is it's name Eric perchance?

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All cabbits that I've read about were actually deformed cats.

Cats and Rabbits are so genetically different that basically the only thing they have in common is that they are placental mammals.

Cat = Class: Mammalia, Order: Carnivora, Family: Felidae, Genus: Felis, Species: F. catus

Rabbit = Class: Mammalia, Order: Lagomorpha, Family: Leporidae, Genus: Oryctolagus, Species: O. cuniculus

AFAIK, such a hybrid is not even possible in a forced fertilization labratory environment.

Thea, I'm aware of the rules of genetics. But it was in our local paper way back when. Being 10 at the time I didn't ask how it could be possible. It could have even be a hoax. I have rewired to research out as am adult but found nothing.

It was in a paper called the Sun Press and there was one picture of a litter of 4 cabitts or so. I remember the article because it's so bizarre. The mother was the cat supposedly.

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Something less than a cat, but also something more.

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Fun with Photo-shop. :yes:

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I think it'd be fun to run around as an ostrich-man!

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It would be terrible if the was a real photo. Poor kat.

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