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Is a bambino made with a donskoy and a munchkin a real thing?

Violet1012

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I was talking to a friend and she heard from her friend that theres a lady in CA breeding bambinos using donskoy and munchkins to make a bambino. Would that even work? At first i didnt believe her but shes breeding hairless Chihuahua so if she can do that who knows what else is out there. I know you cant breed sphynx to don but can you breed don to munchkin? Would they even be hairless.
 

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Sounds like an interesting concept. I'm not sure I don't know much about the breeding aspect. Hopefully someone can help you out!
 

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I was talking to a friend and she heard from her friend that theres a lady in CA breeding bambinos using donskoy and munchkins to make a bambino. Would that even work? At first i didnt believe her but shes breeding hairless Chihuahua so if she can do that who knows what else is out there. I know you cant breed sphynx to don but can you breed don to munchkin? Would they even be hairless.
I would imagine you could, not sure of any immediate or long term health risks but as long as its not a "short leg" on "short leg" mating situation, " The Munchkin gene is sometimes referred to as the "lethal" gene because if a Munchkin cat embryo receives one of these genes from each parent, it won't survive. That's why breeders don't mate two short-legged Munchkin cats together. Cats born with long legs can carry the Munchkin gene, and they're often mated with each other, or a short-legged Munchkin cat, to produce a litter of healthy, stubby-limbed kittens."
 
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