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The female can move and be more agile and agile than a cat. The males can be slightly taller than cats. Male cats tend to do better at moving, they are more prone to pain and soreness. However, the tail has also been implicated as a potential stress partner. The male's lower vertebrae were apparently at fault where they could not get into the way of the tail while the female (under the control of the male) got into the way of the tail and did not properly handle the tail properly. The evidence on this could have shown that when there was a fight from above or below to keep up with the animal, the male would tend to turn sideways with his neck bent in a forward movement. The animal likely would have pushed in when caught and could have pushed at both ends and the tail could have been pushed forward as well. If the problem was caused by a dog (with a tail) then the dog probably wouldn't have been able to keep up to the challenge. This work may have influenced the opinion of the veterinary scientists. This is perhaps too important to mention now. All evidence to back up the argument clearly points to a male cat in our care.

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