How to read a dog

I had to do something to find out if I could read a kitty’s eye.

I had to go to a local animal rescue centre to try to find a kittypoochoo.

It’s an animal who has the power to see.

This kitty, whose name is Anki, is one of the animals rescued from a Chinese zoo.

Anki was rescued after it was discovered that he had a rare eye condition.

If you look at the picture on the left, you can see that his eye is missing the eyelids and is a tiny bit greyish.

He has a bit of a blue streak running down his back.

There is a small white dot that runs along the back of his eye, and it’s an eyelid.

So if you see this, and you look closely at the colour of his eyelids, you could say he has some sort of genetic condition.

Anki has a genetic disorder called keratoconus, which means he has a condition called a recessive eye disease, where a particular gene in his DNA causes the pupil to appear black.

When the eye is black, it means the pupil does not close properly and he does not see.

The gene causes the pupils to be dark.

That means he can’t see.

Anki has inherited this condition.

If you can read this kitty and then look closely, you’ll see the pupil is white, not greyish like most kittys eyes.

Anky has an eyelash and it is black.

So Anki is an eye that is a little bit grey, and if you look close you can probably tell that he has keratconus, and that’s why he’s an eye with some sort [of] genetic condition, says Dr Stephen Broughton, a veterinary eye specialist at the Royal Veterinary College in London.

We can’t know exactly what caused this eye to be black, because it’s the only gene that affects that eye, he says.

In the case of Anki’s condition, he was rescued from the Yangzi zoo in China.

Because of the condition, Anki was euthanased after only about two months.

But in an attempt to find another way of finding Anki in the wild, Broughtons team went to a nearby animal rescue center.

They saw that Anki had a genetic condition that affects his eyesight.

The team went back to the zoo to ask for help, but were told that the facility was closed and they had to leave.

Dr Broughts team then went to the animal rescue group and the owners told them that they had been to the Yangzis zoo, but they were not able to find any cats there.

Instead, they had a cat called anky.

Broughton says Anky had a very similar genetic condition to Anki.

“It’s very similar in terms of the genetic condition and it can’t be diagnosed at this stage, so we have to go back and do a clinical test to see if it’s genetic or not,” he says, adding that this was the first time they had done a clinical trial.

“So they’re very careful about how they put Anki down, and then we give them a lot of love, and they’re able to help Anki find his way back to his family.”

So how does Anki know he has this condition?

Anki only has the gene mutation that affects the pupil, but the gene also causes the eye to turn blue.

After an initial test, Boughton says, Anky was diagnosed with keratoconus and sent to a specialist.

At this stage there was no cure.

“This is the first of its kind, and we’ve seen it with a cat,” he explains.

Kitty eyes and the condition Anki suffers from is rare.

Only one in 1,000 dogs in the world have this genetic disorder, which can cause a dog’s eyes to be red or brown, or have a pupil that is too small.

To get to know Anky’s condition better, Brouttons team asked the owners to look closely and give Anky a little tug, so he could get a feel for the condition.

They found that his eyes were very blue, but his eyelashes were dark.

Broughtons work is funded by the National Geographic Society.