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Would You Pay for a DNA Test for Your Cat?

Tecca 2012/07/27 21:29:06
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Now you can verify your cat's lineage with a special feline DNA test.
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  • Space Invader 2012/07/28 02:36:41 (edited)
    No, it's not worth it.
    Space Invader
    +14
    Miss Kitty was the runt of the litter; she was treated horribly; her little tail was closed in a door; and it's still bent today....she acts more like a dog; she knows when I'll be home; she sits on top of my recliner or on it; and when she sees me she barks..her ears are so big; I call her BatCat..she is a trip grey tabby

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  • The Impossible Girl ✿ 2012/07/29 00:57:33
    No, it's not worth it.
    The Impossible Girl ✿
    +1
    Definitely not worth it.
  • mrs.heart attack 2012/07/29 00:22:03
    No, it's not worth it.
    mrs.heart attack
    It's stupid and it seems pointless
  • life.of.insanity 2012/07/28 23:52:40
    No, it's not worth it.
    life.of.insanity
    It would be interesting to find out the information but probably not worth the money it would cost.
  • sokoyah 2012/07/28 23:29:03
    No, it's not worth it.
    sokoyah
    +1
    old school, a cat is a cat
  • Josh 2012/07/28 22:55:32
    No, it's not worth it.
    Josh
    i don't really see the point in getting DNA tests for animals when they don't need them and it doesn't affect there future; where as a child from a council estate who's mum has slept with so many different men they don't know who the father is so then i think it would be sutible for a DNA test because a test like that can make a child's life so much better.
  • CUDDLY BUT STILL CRABBY 2012/07/28 22:49:57
    No, it's not worth it.
    CUDDLY BUT STILL CRABBY
    +1
    I like cats, always have, had cats before we had kids, put at least 2 cats down that were over 20 years old.

    But I don't like cats that much.
  • jc 2012/07/28 22:45:02
    No, it's not worth it.
    jc
    What's the point?Other than a waste of money!
  • Ozymandias 2012/07/28 22:26:59
  • Scott C 2012/07/28 22:02:54
    No, it's not worth it.
    Scott C
    I wouldn't have a cat!
  • Sister Jean 2012/07/28 21:09:54
    No, it's not worth it.
    Sister Jean
    +3
    cat in Pic looks like my Spicy I had her 19 yrs she was an angel
  • ♌βļąƈʞƦơșƐ3033♌ 2012/07/28 20:16:27
  • keelan 2012/07/28 20:10:26
    No, it's not worth it.
    keelan
    +1
    would you pay for a dna test for your cat? O-o
  • raschell97 2012/07/28 19:52:29
    No, it's not worth it.
    raschell97
    pointless my cat will always be my best buddy no mater what breed he is I'm guessing though that hes a Siamese tabby mix and hes 9 years old he is also an abuse case with separation anxiety his partner in crime is a 2 year old main coon flame orange tabby that is 5 times as loud and about 3 times as big but they get into equal amounts of trouble just the difference in between the Siamese Ozzy and the Main-coon Crookshanks is Crookshanks is mean and terrified of all humans except for my mother
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/07/29 00:31:59
    mrs.heart attack
    OMG they sound so cute and sound like alot of fun :)
  • raschell97 mrs.hea... 2012/07/29 22:32:39
    raschell97
    they are fun but they get into a lot of trouble and can tear up a toy in one minute flat
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/08/01 01:28:24
    mrs.heart attack
    My cat Tommy does the same thing so I keep all the toys up
  • raschell97 mrs.hea... 2012/08/01 04:21:11
    raschell97
    well my cats bite if you take away their toys
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/08/01 04:24:05
    mrs.heart attack
    Mine do to so I wait till there done to take it away
  • raschell97 mrs.hea... 2012/08/01 04:28:49
    raschell97
    well even when the toy is destroyed to the point of being dangerous to play with they don't let me take it so I have my dad sneak up on them and make a loud noise then while they are distracted and turned around I grab the pieces of the toy and throw them away
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/08/01 05:16:52
    mrs.heart attack
    I would just buy somethin they can't destroy
  • raschell97 mrs.hea... 2012/08/01 06:11:48
    raschell97
    I've tried all types of cat toys I can find I've even tried dog toys they tear them up so I've gotten my brother to give me his old lariat and have rigged up a toy of some sort they love it but I fear It will not last
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/08/01 12:32:42
    mrs.heart attack
    I usually go for the hardest toy but nothing that will hurt them
  • raschell97 mrs.hea... 2012/08/01 17:38:48
    raschell97
    Same with me the lariat toy has now lasted a few hours and they've been playing ever since I put it up and the toy can't hurt them
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/08/01 17:43:21
    mrs.heart attack
    I would freak out if one of my baby's. Got hurt
  • raschell97 mrs.hea... 2012/08/01 17:51:26
    raschell97
    So would I
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/08/01 18:02:48
    mrs.heart attack
    Lol I would cry
  • raschell97 mrs.hea... 2012/08/01 21:27:28
    raschell97
    as someone who has taken care of sick and injured animals before it doesn't get any easier to handle I have taken care of animals since I was 5 and I get upset to the point of tears over all of them
  • mrs.hea... raschell97 2012/08/01 21:46:19
    mrs.heart attack
    Me to I have had animals since I was 3 but have taken care of them since I was 6
  • Just MEH....Piwan 2012/07/28 19:49:05
    No, it's not worth it.
    Just MEH....Piwan
    +2
    Why, does someone need to know who the father of my cat was?LOL!
  • Hirnungah Mancandy 2012/07/28 19:34:31
    No, it's not worth it.
    Hirnungah Mancandy
  • mrs.hea... Hirnung... 2012/07/29 00:33:47
    mrs.heart attack
    +1
    That cat is to cute
  • Wayne 2012/07/28 18:48:53
    No, it's not worth it.
    Wayne
  • Bibliophilic 2012/07/28 18:31:59 (edited)
    No, it's not worth it.
    Bibliophilic
    +2
    My cat is a lynx point siamese. She looks just like this picture below.

    lynx point siamese
  • mrs.hea... Bibliop... 2012/07/29 00:35:33
    mrs.heart attack
    Awwww :)
  • Turn the Tide 2012/07/28 18:24:05
    Yes, I've always wondered exactly what breed she is.
    Turn the Tide
    +1
    Yes... I would like to find out exactly what breed of Psychotic Coyotes are in Government today so they can be neutered from breeding anymore for the sake of the United States of America.

    I'd like to get a swab of Psychotic Coyotes such as the likes of Nancy Pelosi in Wonderland, 2 Face Harry Reid, President Marxist Pied Piper of America, Liberals who wish to steal from the US Taxpayer through Legal Channels of Government, etc.

    (truthful sarcasm)
  • Jessica 2012/07/28 18:08:39
    No, it's not worth it.
    Jessica
    +1
    I can more or less guess at her breed lol She's an American Short Hair with the Manx gene(hence, no tail!)~ She was a kitten from my previous cat who was a kitten from my grandma's cat so I know a bit of her history already = ] I'm just happy to have her alive with me regardless of her lineage.
  • Rubyking 2012/07/28 17:58:29
    Yes, I've always wondered exactly what breed she is.
    Rubyking
    sounds cool
  • yoana 2012/07/28 17:03:58
    No, it's not worth it.
    yoana
    +2
    that`s ridiculous
  • Papilio 2012/07/28 16:53:05
    Yes, I've always wondered exactly what breed she is.
    Papilio
    +1
    For fun-with pleasure,But it doesn't really matter.I love them all.
  • NarcolepticGoat 2012/07/28 16:43:48
    Maybe, if I can get a cheek swab without losing my hand.
    NarcolepticGoat
    +1
    but only if it were a MEDICAL necessity or, if my cat had cancer or something, to help in finding a cure for other kitties.

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