After hundreds of millions of years of evolution, our world was fully stocked with beautiful, strange, efficient animals well-suited to one task: surviving. Then humanity came along, spent a couple years dicking around with breeding, and ruined everything. Here are the abominations we have unleashed:
The Lykoi was created for people who really want to get a cat and a diseased vampire bat, but only have room for one pet. The Lykoi may look like shitty '80s special effects trying to depict a werewolf changing forms, but that's intentional. Its sparse, patchy coat is due to a rare genetic anomaly.
"Bet you can't create an actual goblin."
The gene variant responsible for the mangy taint look wreaks havoc with the cats' hair follicles, leaving them unable to produce and/or maintain the soft fur that normally makes cats appealing. The scattered spikes of hair that do manage to proliferate from the animal's leathery skin give it the appearance of a miniature Benicio Del Toro in that werewolf movie, whose discussion is best left to the annals of history.
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