EUGENE M. MCCARTHY, PHD GENETICS
You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.
Note: This disparate cross requires confirmation.
A variety of cabbit videos from YouTube are collected on this page (if you know of others, please email us through the website contact page). Cabbits are supposedly cat-rabbit hybrids, and the animals shown here do all look like they have the front end of a cat attached to a hopping, rabbit rear end. So are they in fact cat-rabbit hybrids? Judge for yourself. But it does look as if it would be worthwhile to test these animals genetically.
The following is a list of reported cat crosses. Some of these crosses are much better documented than others (as indicated by the reliability arrow). Indeed, some might seem completely impossible. But all have been reported at least once. The links below are to separate articles. Additional crosses, not listed here, are covered on the cat hybrids page.
Human Origins: Are we hybrids?
On the Origins of New Forms of Life
Cat-rabbit Hybrids: Fact or fiction?
Georges Cuvier: A Biography
Prothero: A Rebuttal
Branches of Biology