In an attempt to keep the blue eyed, white tiger at their zoos, inbreeding has been taking place, producing these odd looking offspring.
Kenny is an imbred white tiger, but he has an extra wide face, a short snout, and crooked buck teeth.
White tigers are rare because only 1 in 10,000 tigers are born with the lac of pigment called leucism, which is responsibe for the white and black fur, and their piercing blue eyes.
Willie is Kenny’s brother,and suffers from crossed eyes due to cross breeding, and he didn’t even end up with a white coat.
Kenny was rescued at two years old from a private breeder in 2000. Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge rescued the deformed tiger in Arkansas.
This female white tiger, Zabu was inbred and born with a permanent smile due to a cleft lip.
All the white tigers you see today are inbred, although not all are deformed.