I was at my friend’s house yesterday, and I just couldn’t help but notice how extremely close her animals are.

She has a dog and a cat…

And they are best friends…

Always side by side…

(Well, at least most of the time.)

They eat together…

Sleep together…

And her cat will actually give her  dog a lovely “saliva bath” from time to time.

(Now, that’s cool.)

So, as we sat there my friend jokingly made this comment…

“Wouldn’t it be crazy if they mated, and we got a dog and a
cat mixed?”

(Not to be weird.)

And although she was just kidding around, she did raise a
point…

How would an animal look if they were half cat and half dog?

What would we call it?

Is this even possible?

Well, according to justanswer.com, “No it is not possible.”

(Thankfully.)

Veterinary surgeon, Scott Nimmo says, “It is genetically impossible for this to happen because the genetics of a cat and dog are too different.”

(So, if you were thinking about trying to breed them, please forget about it.)

And on that note, picture this…

One day, you’re walking along…

And something whizzes by you really fast…

“What was that?”

Oh, there it is…

Hiding from you.

Oooh, it’s so cute and small…

That little face…

It looks like a kitten…

The poor thing, I’ll bet it’s lost.

Now, wait a minute…

Let’s get a closer look.

You earn the animal’s trust, and manage to gently pull it out from underneath the bush…

And as you rescue it from the shadows…

You see it has big, floppy ears…

Rabbit ears…

Ladies and gentleman, please allow me to introduce you to the Cabbit.

“The what?”

The Cabbit

This is a crossbreed of a cat and a rabbit mixed…(some say).

And there is speculation as to whether or not they really exist…

Or if it’s even possible for them to exist.

For example, Sarah Hartwell on messybeast.com says that, “A cat and a  rabbit cannot crossbreed because they are genetically very different from each other.”

There is even a comparison table that shows some of their genetic differences.

However, I did find a Cabbit for sale at activefarming.org

“For sale: One female purebred Cabbit, white-gold eyes, champion-
bloodlines, eighteen weeks old.”

And this is the picture that was posted.

The non-believers say that the existence of the Cabbit is a myth, and that a Cabbit is really just a specific breed of a cat…

(Such as the Manx or the Munchkin).

Because they tend to hop at times…

And their bodies are questionably different.

While others say that it is indeed possible for a cat and a rabbit to      procreate.

Some even claim to have seen them before.

Are these pictures photoshopped?

What do you think?

Do Cabbits really exist?

Or is this just a myth?

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

Please don’t hesitate to tell me what’s OnUrMind.

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