White tigers are produced through a controversial forced inbreeding process, which eliminates any chances of them becoming prey since they will most likely be raised in zoos or reserves for exhibition purposes. Unlike other tigers in the wild, white tigers are not a naturally occurring species, but are a product of unnatural breeding practices.
In order to achieve the white coats on white tigers, br
eeders force males either to mate with their sister or daughter for several generations. This will give rise to a form of mutated gene that makes their coat white. Unfortunately, this same mutated gene also causes several physical deformities and problems in the tigers such as clubbed feet, cleft palates, vision problems and spine deformities.