Cattitude - Episode 33 Is Your Cat a Kitty Cocktail?
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Did you ever want to discover where your cat came from? Is your fur babe susceptible to certain hereditary diseases? This week Michelle Fern chats with Anna Skaya, founder and CEO of Basepaws.

Basepaws, developed the first comprehensive consumer genetic test for cats. They provide their customers with reports on ancestry, health and traits - to help owners understand their cats’ pasts and futures. Basepaws works closely with cats with hereditary diseases, and recently started providing free DNA testing kits for shelter cats to help with adoptions.

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