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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by ping-ping-clicka, Apr 13, 2021.
So cool! I love cats. But those Lynx are awesome. Great post.
guessing he thinks it sucks to be in a cage...
was looking at the (Caracal and Servals) a few weeks back. too
Wonder how the bobcat vs lynx hunting match would go.
Both are good hunters..
thanks I'm glad that you enjoyed it. Living in an urban hub where natural world is concrete, asphalt, steel aluminum, cars and building, freeways it's easy to forget I live in a bubble alien to most of the planet.
There's so much more going on in the world outside of our construct.
I'm kind of hard core about going out into nature because when people start hanging around a lot of disruption happens to the habitat. Look at yellow stone is there really a McDonalds in the valley ? this is insult to injury, if it's true . yeah it's a weighted example and ....
Cats, lots and lots of cats on You-tube
Do not try this at home!
Professional stunt cats in closed courses!
Showed my wife who happens to be a Cait and she liked the tiny mew from the big kitty in the first vid.
We critter junkies here...
When I was a child, I would go up to Val Marie, Saskatchewan, every summer until I was 16, and stay with my cousins from my mother's side of the family. I would either go out to the farms, or stay with my aunt and uncle in town. Val Marie had a population of about 150 then ('60s & '70s) and had just lost their hospital; you had to drive to Swift Current about 100 miles north to find one ... but I digress ...
Neighbors of my aunt and uncle's about a street over used to go out to the rattlesnake pits and capture rattlesnakes for milking. They had a whole garage full of them in huge fish tanks. They'd find them in the pits outside of town, and the whole family would gather around the back of a pickup bed where they were loose, fishing them out with modified hockey sticks to take to the garage.
Sometimes they would also find stray/injured animals. The raised a bald eagle, and a black bear until it go too big. But I remember them with a bobcat/lynx that they had found as a kitten. Absolutely the friendliest animal I have ever had the pleasure (I am a cat person by nurture) of being with. They had a huge mattress out so that it could sharpen its claws, and the only time you couldn't pet it was when they were feeding it. Absolutely an amazing animal.
You ain't ever smelt stink, until you've been in the same proximity to a bobcat, or a lynx cat. I mean to tell you, twenty seven cats living in an old lady's house smells GOOD compared to just one of them things. Cute videos though!
Aww. Good kitty.
Probably eats twice his weight in chicken meat, but he looks good. And the purring frequency seems to be good to your health.
It works with cats too, you don't have to get a lynx.
edit 2nd comment on that video is
"He seems in remarkably good health for having swallowed a Harley, tho..........."
At first I thought you were talking about some kind of head-to-head, cat-vs-cat match.
I didn't wonder at all how that would go.
Beautiful cat, that is. Too bad it's caged up.
In other cute animal noises news, have you seen the video of the baby red squirrel eating nuts?
what you say? musky?
I've met folks that make a polecat smell sweet as roses and lilacs
when it comes to interpersonal relations.
And yes having a lynx on the internet
is a benefit when it comes to pet ownership.
I have a pet rock from Kaiser Sand and Gravel.
the perfect house pet. He like to sit on the sill
in the morning and take the sun.
His name is Rocky.
below Rocky on vacation, on a hike.
Evidently bobcat and lynx territory overlaps. I saw a video of a fight between the two. The bobcat was protecting a carcass. And in this particular instance the bobcat won, although they both really went at it for five to ten minutes. The lynx ran off. It is slightly larger vs the bobcat.
Desert Folk are usually a little on the dry side, some might say a bit arid in their personality. Rocky looks like a fun loving guy though, you can't tell what kind of guy he is though until he throws himself into a conversation.