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Here is an example article that illustrates how to add protected sections with alternative opinions, when a consensus about the main part of this article is impossible. This example article is called "Cats".


The whiskers of a cat are highly sensitive.

The cat is a domestic species of small carnivorous mammal. It is the only domesticated species in the family Felidae and is often referred to as the domestic cat to distinguish it from the wild members of the family. Ancient Egyptians may have first domesticated cats as early as 4,000 years ago [1].

Cats have vast range of coat colors and patterns that makes each cat unique. Here are the main colors that cats come in.

  • White
  • Black
  • Red (Ginger)

Additional opinions

There are 2 alternative opinions on this subject:

Opinion of

I strongly disagree with this article. All my attempts to change the text of this article were not successful, and I do not have time to fight many editors of this article who have consensus about the main part of this article. Therefore, here is my opinion: I would like to point out, believe or not, that genetic mutations can cause the most wonderful colored coats. Coat colors of cats can be blue, grey, cream and brown. If you disagree, add additional opinion section. But you cannot change this section because it is protected from other editors.

Dr. Always Left.
Opinion of

I also completely disagree with the aggressive, far-fetched, judgment of this article, and the misleading statement in the first opinion. We totally forgotten cinnamon and fawn colored cats. I can send you many images of such domesticated cats. Please read our published article in a peer-reviewed journal where we extensively discuss this subject [2]. I fully belive my opnion deserve the attention. I sign it with my own name. You cannot remove this text with my opinion!

Prof. Dr. Always Right

  1. Here is an old papyrus found in Egypt in 2010 about cats in Early Dynastic Period
  2. J.Steper and N.Molly, "Cinnamon and fawn cats", Journal of Animal Science and Reviews, (2020)