can a rabbit mate with a cat
Hmm your question is an interesting one, I suppose technically if somone sprayed a female rabbit with hormones released when a female cat is in heat they may be able to technically mate with a male cat... however they couldnt produce offspring... the species are too far apart... one is a feline the other is a rodent (I think), zebras and horses are a lot closer, although their offspring is probably infertile...
Maybe you have seen a "Cabbit"? But these aren't really Cat Rabbit offspring these are actually Kittens who have deformed back legs that appear to be rabbit's jumping leggs, so people call them cabbits. I am pretty sure as the grow older the back legs start to appeat more normal. I am not making this up you can look it up. So no they can't mate.
It sure is possible. My friend's neighbour who lived on a farm had a half cat/half rabbit. very nice animal but it had problems coordinating it's front cat legs with it's back rabbit legs, therefore he couldn't run fast. Unfortunately, the poor cabbit got hit by a car. :(
Not sure about that but I do know that a zebra mated with a horse, when ity was born it looked so cool, it was like a chocolate brown colour with black stripes it was so beautiful...what would you call a half-horse, half-zebra?
No b/c they both have a diff amount of chromosomes and they've tried and said that the kit's wouldn't live past a week or 2!
no, it's not possible because they are two different species and the cat or rabbit or even both can die after they do it.
yes they can only if they can get along or is you get sperm from the cst/rabbit and put it in the cat/rabbit's vagina
No, they are entirely different species.