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More seriously. I think breeders try to breed away from the crossed eyes. I don't know where they came from to start. Have you checked Wikipaedia. I'm going to. I'll be back here as an expert in a minute
lol no, i figured it would be easier to ask on here and let someone else do the work for me :wink
 

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Ahh... i don't know what optic chiasm or albino allele is, but im guessing that it is the colorpoint trait that also causes the crossed eyes. Makes sense, since I was thinking i've seen it often in ragdolls as well. Thanks Dave!
 

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this thread is adorable

although i will say that many registries do not see kinked tails or crossed eyes as a fault ... i have a queen with slightly crossed eyes and a slight kink in her tail (can be felt but is not visible to the eye) of the 15 kittens she has birthed one has had crossed eyes
I think crossed eyes are adorable, does it effect their vision though? Is a kink usually in a certain spot on the tail? I feel like Banjo's has a little kink on the tip
 
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