Posted on: 2012-09-02 by Guest

Last night, I had a dream that I was with a man who was sterile, with no hope of anything to be done about it. But we both wanted kids, yet he didn't want me to use another man's donor sperm. So I went searching for a solution, when I was contacted by a scientist who said he was specializing in "Human/Animal Hybrids", for some reason he and I both thought it'd be a good idea so I agreed to be artificially inseminated with the sperm of an animal that was supposed to be close enough to human dna so it woulden't be visibly different and it'd somehow be possible to conceive a child. I doubted it'd work, but it did somehow, and my man and I were overjoyed when the doctor announced it had taken weeks later. We began preparing for the new baby, but I was not allowed to see any ultrasounds, he turned the monitor away from us so he alone could see it, and only permitted to go to that doctor, since what we had done was technically illegal. About 5 months into my pregnancy my water broke while my husband was at work and I paniced, calling the doctor, who was calm and simply told me to come to his office. He assured me this was fine and it'd be full-term, the different genomes had just accelerated the growth. I had the baby almost immediately, with just the one doctor in the room, no family, no nurses. He didn't let me see it for a few minutes, but there were tears of joy in his eyes as he announced proudly "My god..it worked!" He didn't let me hold it until after he had cleaned it up. But when he passed it to me wrapped up and I saw it, It was a mess. I unwrapped the blanket to look it over. It was covered in a thick covering of tannish brown fur, but it had a human face, and my eyes. It had two sets of ears, one human, one not. Its body was elongated, and its hands and feet had extra joints in the palms and bottoms so they bent in half. They also had claws, and it had a tail. I was so doped up on the gas he had given me in lieu of an epidural that I didn't quite understand that this was my child. Even though the doctor was proudly announcing "He's the first of his kind! He's perfect!" I named him and passed out on the table.