You know what? ... your 'nickname' was probably CORRECT!!!!! In horses, that phenomenon isn't called a hybrid, it is called "chimeric". When genetic testing is done, with samples taken from the two different areas, the results come back as if they were from two completely different animals ... not the SAME animal.... he was an orange cat from the head to the waist and a brown tabby from the waist to the tail! When I first saw him sitting on my outside windowsill, I thought it was two cats cuddled togeher, but I then saw there was only one cat.
I nicknamed him Two-Cats!
I think I saw something about this on TV. A women was trying to get extra money every month to support her kids but the goverment does DNA testings before allowing this... the tests came back that she was not their mother. Although, her boyfriend/husband was the father. The government thought they were trying to scam the government somehow, but they couldn't figure out any possible angle she could be trying to scam them.
No it's true. They thought this woman was taking kids that her boyfriend had with her sister (because her genetics matched being the kids' aunt). But while the court case when through she became pregnant again. In order to solve the mystery they had a court officer there in the room when she gave birth and accomany a blood sample from the baby (seconds after birth) to the lab for testing. It proved that this baby had the same mother as the rest of her kids but didn't match the DNA in the Mother's blood sample. But since this woman was applying for welfare, she didn't have the money to get eggs harvested from her sister and then have invitro.How can that be possible? I smell a rat.