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New feline DNA test helps reunite adopted cat with 6,392 siblings

Nashville, TN - A revolutionary new feline DNA kit can not help only unlock the secrets of your cat's breed and personality but can also help discover unknown relatives.

Loki, an adopted cat, living with his forever family in Nashville, recently discovered he had 6,392 siblings he never knew existed.

Feline genealogy records show that his father, Tomas, was a European shorthair who migrated to the United States in 2019. Estimates suggest Tomas may have fathered over 10,000 kittens, as more and more are discovered every day.

Loki and his newfound family members are planning a reunion later this summer.

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