A cat gene, an example of genetics.[1]

Genetics was the study of the genome, which makes up the genes of every life form. It was a branch of biology and chemistry.

Biogenetic engineering was also a branch of genetics, which involves the manipulation of the genome.

At the Lucas Institute in 1983, cats were being experimented on, in an attempt to isolate the gene that gives them their superior night vision. This genetic experimentation was done in the hopes of improving human eyesight. The experiment proved to be a failure however, as it only ended up transforming humans into humanoid felines.[2]


  1. As seen in Attack of the Cats (1983).
  2. As seen in Attack of the Cats (1983).

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