“Cy”clops Kitten Moves to Lost World Museum

Many of you are here because of all the media hype surrounding the “Cy”clops kitty.
Well, yes, we did acquire it from the owner Traci Allen of Redmond, Oregon and YES it is real and not a Photoshop hoax. Now let me give you the reason for our interest in her and then show you how to receive more information on Cy.

Evolution states that millions of mutations over millions of years with the help of environmental “pressures” can lift a species from the ape like creature we call “Lucy” to us today. My question is this. Are there really positive mutations? All I can see are neutral or negative mutations. My next question is, can any type of mutation, given enough time and chance,  really produce greater intelligence, reason, speech and even spirituality to beings.

Given the possibilities side by side. I say that it is easier to believe that we came from Adam and Eve and not “Lucy” and Steve. Either way it requires faith because we did not see Adam created from the earth and we did not meet Lucy 3,000,000 years ago.  We did not then nor now see evolution change a gill to a lung or a fin to an arm.

So what is in store for Cy?  Cy went through some surgery to remove a piece of skin so scientists can study why she ended up with one eye. We have her bathing in formalin – a preservative. Later this month her solution will be replaced with alcohol and then she will be ready to go on tour.  Cy will help people understand what evolution promotes and suggest Genesis is a better answer to the origins question.

Do you want to know more about Cy?  We are chronicling Cy’s life, which will appear in a set of three oversized postcard. The back of each postcard will tell one part of her fascinating story.  The only three photos of Cy while alive, two of which have never been published, will grace the postcards front covers.  Be the first to own this set of three 5”x 8” postcards of Cy or purchase sets for your family and friends.  Cy  Kitten Postcards

You can also follow Cy’s progress at the Lost World Museum.

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