You're stirring again, aren't you? ;)You left the name of the beastie in the image reference.
Hmmm she's good real good....
hahahahahahahaha OMG I just about weed myself, you forgot the blonde hair!
This is Kenny, a white tiger who lived at Turpentine Creek. Kenny passed away on June 27th, 2008. White tigers are the result of severe inbreeding, that is, mother to son, father to daughter and sister to brother. Most of the cubs produced are born with profound birth defects, such as immune deficiency, scoliosis of the spine (distorted spine), cleft palates, mental impairments and grotesquely crossed eyes. Please visit this link for more information about white tigers: http://www.bigcatrescue.org/cats/wild/white_tigers.htmFor The TIGERTigerAngelhttp://savethetigers62.blogspot.com/http://tigerworldnews.wordpress.com/
Actually, if I hadn't seen the dodgy teeth (and answer in the comments), I'd have wondered if it was one of those Liger's, or Tion's, or whatever the hell the Lion/Tiger cross breeds are called.I always thought that was a bit messed up too when they crossed those.
A white tiger mated with a pug.
A lion crossed with a tiger used to be called a tigon, in answer to one of your comments. I once saw one in Belle Vue Zoo in Manchester, UK in about 1950!Whatever your creature is, it is a sad looking thing - I wonder if you have made it up from several sources (if it is a real animal, then I do apologise to it!)
That is so sad.How did it effect his eating/breathing, etc?