Fainting Goat Kittens

Charlie and Spike are two kittens with myotonia congenita Or ‘fainting goat’ syndrome. At the slightest sound, the kittens respond by collapsing and falling into a rigid paralysis which lasts about a minute before they return to normal. This condition has hardly ever before been diagnosed in a cat, is rarely found in dogs and is more common in goats. The kittens are able to walk, but they cannot run or jump. Aside from this they are normal. I STILL WANT ONE! [Via]

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