I’m a scalie™ but also a giant mammal apologist to the point that I actually like and defend dolphins despite being shitty assholes. It's weird to genuinly start viewing an entire group of animals as evil.
Black cats are very often overlooked at shelters because they’re deemed as boring or bad luck. Nevertheless, this didn’t bother David when he went to adopt Scrappy - a black cat. After a few years, David noticed that Scrappy was slowly changing colour and developing patches of white throughout his fur. As it so turned out, Scrappy had a skin condition called vitiligo in which white patches appear on the skin of humans or on the fur of animals.
An extremely rare white giraffe called Omo. She lives in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park and was first spotted in 2015. Omo isn’t albino but has a genetic condition which is called leucism. While her skin doesn’t produce pigmentation, her soft tissues do.