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The most popular pets in the world are cats and dogs. While some people are "cat-people" and others are "dog-people", there are plenty of families that love and own both a cat and a dog.

Although traditionally cats and dogs are thought of as "enemies", cats and dogs can become best friends when living together in the home. Sometimes it even seems that a cat and a dog "love" one another.

Now, of course, a cat and a dog cannot breed together . . . but what if they could? Would they produce kitty-dogs? Or puppy-cats? And what sort of strange new creatures would be created?


If you crossed a Great Dane with a Scottish Fold, you would create . . .

a Great Fold, a puppy-cat that collapses for easy transport . . .



If you crossed a Spitz with a Birman, you would create . . .

a Spitzman, a puppy-cat that throws up a lot . . .


If you crossed a Russian Blue with a Skye Terrier, you would create . . .

a Blue Skye, a puppy-cat for optimists . . .




If you crossed a Labrador Retriever with a Ragdoll, you would create . . .

a Lab Rag, the puppy-cat for tidy scientists . . .


If you crossed a Cornish Rex with a Bulldog, you would create . . .

Corndog, a puppy-cat for carnival lovers . . .


If you crossed an Abyssinian with a Husky, you would create . . .

Abycus, a puppy-cat for mathematicians . . .


If you crossed a Newfoundland with a Bengal, you would create . . .

a Newfound Gal, a puppy-cat for single men . . .


 

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