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Felis Catus

1. Diabetes.

2. Polycystic Kidney Disease.

3. Heart Disease.

4. Manx Syndrome.

5. Downs Syndrome.

6. Deafness.

7. Blindness.

8. Lower Urinary Tract Disease.

9. Paralysis.

10. Polydactyl.

11. Autism.

12. ADHD.

13. Anorexia.

14. Mute

15. Melanism 

Canis Lupus

1. Paralysis.

2. Diabetes.

3. Anorexia.

4. Deafness

5. Blindness.

6. Mute

7. Cancer / Canerous Tumors

8. Multiple Sclerosis

9. Epilepsy

10. Cerebellar Hypoplasia.

11. Mycosis.

12. Urinary Issues.

13. Bowl Cancer / Issues.

14. Muscle Spasms

15. Melanism 


1. Polycystic Kidney Disease - [Polycystic Kidney Disease is an inherited condition in cats that causes multiple cysts (pockets of fluid) to form in the kidneys.]

2. Manx Syndrome - [Manx Syndrome is a genetic mutation that causes Manx cats to develop their spinal cord irregularly]

3. Lower Urinary Tract Disease -[Feline lower urinary tract disease describes a variety of conditions that affect the bladder of cats, Most often show signs of difficulty and pain when urinating, increased frequency of urination, and blood in the urine.]

4. Polydactyl - [Polydactyl is where a cat has a congenital physical anomaly called polydactyly, which causes the cat to be born with more than the usual number of toes on one or more of its paws.]

5. Cerebellar Hypoplasia - [Cerebellar hypoplasia is a neurological condition in which the cerebellum is smaller than usual or not completely developed, causing Hand-eye co-ordination failure.] 

6. Multiple Sclerosis - [Multiple sclerosis is a condition that can affect the brain and spinal cord, causing a wide range of potential symptoms, including problems with vision, arm or leg movement, sensation or balance.]

7. Melanism - [Complete opposite of albino; the pelage is completely black instead of white.]

8. Gender Dysphoria - [Experience of discomfort due to the mismatch of their biological gender and the gender they identify by.]


1. Anxiety.

2. ADHD.

3. Depression.

4. Autism.

5. Dementia.

6. OCD 

7. Paranoia.


9. Schizophrenia 


1. Polydactyl.

2. Manx Syndrome.

3. Downs Syndrome.

4. Dwarfism.

5. Missing Limb.

6. Albino.

7. Anisocoria.

8. Heterochromia

9. Leucism 

Technical Definitions

1. Amaurosis - Blindness

2. Anacusis - Deafness

3. Fasciculation - Muscle Spasms

4. Paralysis - Immobility

5. Mycosis - Fungi Infection

6. Anisocoria - One larger, dilated pupil

7. Heterochromia - One Iris is different coloured to the other Iris.

8. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - OCD - Everything needing to be perfect.

9. Paranoia - The feeling of someone being out to kill/injure you.

10. PTSD - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

11. Leucism - Similar to Albino, but only slight amounts of pigments are left in the animal's pelage.

Let me know if I can add anything! I would really like to know your thoughts. Constructive Criticism is always allowed.