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Genetically Engineered Catgirls refers to the production of real-life anthropomorphic Nekomimi anime catgirls using contemporary genetic design techniques.
On April 20th, 2008, AnimeForum<8> member Amray submitted a thread title "If Catgirls Existed," which posited the question "If catgirls existed in the world would you gain one?" In the thread, various other users commented the catgirls would have to be created by hereditary mutation or hereditary engineering.
On January 3rd, 2011, YouTuber DiosGX uploaded a video titled "Real Life Catgirls (Genetic Manipulation)," in which that mused around using a bacteriophage to create catgirls in real-life (shown below).
On April 6th, 2012, a Facebook<4> page titled "Genetically Engineered Catgirls For domestic Ownership" was created. On December 21st, 2013, the domain catgirlcare.org<5> was produced for the website, which features a logo from the facebook page in addition to a "Guide to ideal Cat-Girl Care" (shown below).
On December 29th, YouTuber Loliconics uploaded a video clip titled "Genetically Engineered Catgirls for residential Ownership" (shown below). That day, the video clip reached the frontpage that the /r/anime<6> subreddit.
On January 1st, 2018, the website Gecfdo.com was launched with the mission the sponsoring "genetic engineered research" to produce "Catgirls in the 21st century." The site contains a donation widget and also several photo macros captioned with variations of the "phrasal template": "Every dollar spent on X is a dollar not spent on gene engineered Catgirls for residential ownership" (shown below).
On February 4th, Redditor MemesAre_Trash submitted a photoshopped BBC News write-up titled ""Genetically Engineered Catgirls space Possible," scientists says, "but we lack funding" to /r/Animemes (shown below, left).
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<7> ~ above February 12th, Redditor MemeKrabs uploaded a fake Elon Musk tweet proclaiming "we can finally move ~ above to gene engineered cat girls" (shown below, right). In ~ 48 hours, the short article gained end 27,000 clues (94% upvoted) and 320 comment on /r/dankmemes.<3>