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June 4, 2010

Winged cat

A white colored cat, but has a pair of wings on his person as reported in The Sun, Wednesday (27 / 5) appeared in the city of Chongqing, China on Sunday (24 / 5). According to the owners, their pet cat was born with normal conditions, but since the age of one year in his body began to grow a pair of wings.
Actually, the winged cat phenomenon is not the first time. Earlier on May 24, 2007 in the city of Sichuan, China ... a grandmother had a pet cat on both sides of the sweet animal bodies grow other body part that a cursory note shaped like wings.
There are about 138 cases of winged cats ever recorded in history. Unfortunately, only 28 cases documented. Initial reports of winged cats ever recorded, occurred in June 1842, reported by Henry David Thoreau in the agricultural area around Lincoln.
According to animal experts and British cryptozoologi, which Dr Karl Shukerhas examined the phenomenon in cats explains, there are several reasons why cats may have a similar body part in a medical wing.
 
First, the hair fell out a clot. In some reports, when winter arrived, the wings appeared on the long-haired cat. Then the cat wing off in the spring. Most forms that resemble the wings are feathers falling out a clot (dreadlocks).
Second, birth defects are thought to be the result of birth defects Siamese twins (conjoined twin) with twin leg one more appeared in the back area.
And third, the disease Feline Cutaneous Asthenia (FCA) is a hereditary disease that causes skin to become very elastic and easily torn / injured. This excessive elasticity of the skin can also occur in dogs and humans.
FCA has a cat with sensitive skin disease that easily cuts and torn. According to several people, most likely the "wings" that appears in the back of a cat is torn or cut on the skin which is still covered with feathers.
 

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