Posted by Lethal mutation: no asshole

gråbein (#2988)

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Posted on
2016-03-18 05:43:04
Or imperforate anus/atresia ani, as is the correct term.
-Here's a scientific illustration.
-Here's a cute video of a cat who received surgery to give him a butthole.

Sometimes animals are born with a malformed or lacking anal opening, which without surgical intervention leads to death within days/after weaning. The one case i've known irl was a puppy born with no tail and no asshole, in a breed that doesn't carry the bobtail gene. This site (contains dead puppy photos) and several others imply there's no imperforate anuses on tailed dogs, but while the two may be linked, i have seen pictures of tailed dogs with the condition still, and the cat video linked above has a normal tail.

All the pictures are pretty gruesome, so google at your own risk.



This suggestion has 379 supports and 113 NO supports.


Lilly [1x1 MxM
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Posted on
2016-03-18 11:17:52
So the cub would die withing a few days of being born? It would be a nice idea, but the art might look a bit strange. Either way I support this, to get a few more mutations out there, and this is something oe wouldn't expect from their cubs.


♥ Miach (#4486)

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Posted on
2016-03-18 11:24:40
supporting only because that title made me laugh my ass off.


rainsorbet (#79540)

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Posted on
2016-03-18 12:17:39
Supported omfg...how would the art be though



Edited on 18/03/16 @ 19:18:02 by limestripe (#79540)

Mossball (#61875)

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Posted on
2016-03-18 12:20:38
I have heard of something like this happening to a female pig before, but instead of dying, the wall between riped and she pooped though her female parts.


gråbein (#2988)

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Posted on
2016-03-19 08:02:03
I'd imagine it posed like the sirenomelia mutation, in order to display the complete lack of a butthole, and the subsequent buildup of poop with nowhere to go. Edited that to show:
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without tail as well
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with tail


rainsorbet (#79540)

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Posted on
2016-03-19 10:08:02
Oh my god I can't stop laughing I know i shouldn't !!!


Will Graham (#75482)

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Posted on
2016-03-20 18:54:45
Supporting.

Eet haz no bootybutthole.


alexis !! (#76274)

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Posted on
2016-04-06 10:31:07
oh my gosh I can't stop laughing even though that's sad


😸 Chonk 😸 (#54568)

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Posted on
2016-04-10 05:37:36
this is horrible omg. xD


Mrs. Comatose (#75570)

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Posted on
2016-04-10 05:48:44
I feel so bad for laughing but oh my god
Support xD


Black Rhinoceros (#68593)

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Posted on
2016-04-16 00:35:17
Support. It's a real mutation that I've seen. A friend of mine breeds Australian Shepherds with the C189G mutation. It causes about half the pups to be born with bobbed tails. One of her litters she had a pup born with imperfoprate anus. The puppy had no anus. Like in captivity, things in the wild don't always go as planned. The miracle of life really can be horrific. My friend knew the pup wasn't going to make it. She went ahead and put the pup through surgery at 3-days-old. However, the pup died during surgery. Mutated and sick babies happen all the time. I think this is a good, real, mutation and I like the artwork.

Does anybody know how long the lifespan of a puppy/kitten/child with imperforate anus would be without surgery?



Edited on 24/04/16 @ 05:45:37 by black_rhinoceros (#68593)

mahealani (#88537)

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Posted on
2016-04-17 05:15:25
NAUGHTY JOKE:
notice how the topic is on no anal lions and all that,
and the support is 69.

heh


Phantom (#4755)

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Posted on
2016-04-23 12:04:49
Yes yes yes, and a moment of silence for the title. xD


Firephoenix (#88358)

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Posted on
2016-04-25 03:59:25
Supporting because it is a real mutation. I live on a farm and one of out lambs were actually born with this mutation once.


Delirium (#124)

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Posted on
2016-05-09 15:13:16
I'm giggling like mad at this, what's wrong with me? Highly support.