Why do cats have such a wide range of markings?
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Cats seem to have the widest range of markings of all domesticated animals. Is this just the result of interbreeding over many years? Does it have a role in them finding potential mates or any other function?

David Cockayne, Lymm, Cheshire Continue reading...


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