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Old Comments:

2008-09-04 13:35:45
Huh? (Just kidding)
2008-09-03 23:36:35
Interesting info, Smalley! What about humans? For example, actress Jane Seymour (her left is blue, her right is brown). Also, it's my understanding that deafness occurs in a large number of Dalmatian dogs and probably other breeds as well. I'm sure that is what occurs when we take a limited population and breed down to very special characteristics.
2008-09-03 12:25:11
This is what I've read about odd-eyed whites. This breed of white cat has (used to have?) a genetic tendency toward deafness, especially if they're blue-eyed. So they used to breed them with other breeds, basically trying to produce a white without the deafness. True orange-eyed whites were a rarity, but a lot of these odd-eyed whites get produced -- who, purely anecdotally, sometimes hear better out of one ear than the other.
2008-06-24 01:02:07
White Cat does not approve of this faggotry.