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THEY'RE STERILE awww shucks,  that uisn't fare and no I don't think it fare a mule is sterile either 

 

 

are you very sure of this??

 

   Wonder why nature would make some animals sterile and other not.

 

   My husband's boyfriend said he knew a lady that bred cats and rabbit together I think she was pulling his leg there isa cat called a migit which seem to hope around like a rabbit. I think this could be but a rabbit and a cat the geene are wrong to reproduce and I have no doubt a male bunny will mate I have had male bunnies that would take on anything nearly.

 

 

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post #12 of 12

Yep they are two separate species.  Just like horses and donkeys.    They may have similarities but they not enough in common.

 

deb
 

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THEY'RE STERILE awww shucks,  that uisn't fare and no I don't think it fare a mule is sterile either 

 

 

are you very sure of this??

 

   Wonder why nature would make some animals sterile and other not.

 

   My husband's boyfriend said he knew a lady that bred cats and rabbit together I think she was pulling his leg there isa cat called a migit which seem to hope around like a rabbit. I think this could be but a rabbit and a cat the geene are wrong to reproduce and I have no doubt a male bunny will mate I have had male bunnies that would take on anything nearly.

 

 

Rhayden  



 

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