If you collect a drop of blood of type A and mix it with blood of type B, a strange reaction should immediately occur. The blood starts to become viscous, agglutinated and, finally, loses any biological function.

This is because blood types are a complex mechanism of protection and functioning of our body. But do our pets’ blood types also work like that?

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