Fishing Cat: The Cat That Hunts Underwater

Life in the mangroves of South Asia is difficult, but there’s one creature in this swamp that’s defying the odds, and our expectations at the same time. This is the Fishing Cat.


Keeping Cats Safe: Plants and Cats

Kitty Cat Mind Control

Do Cats Know Their Names?

Why Do Cats Miaow?


Cat vs Dog

Cats, Dogs and a 20 Million Year Rivalry

Defending Baby Birds from the Neighbor’s Cats – Endgame!


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    The Barbary lions once inhabited North Africa – they were said to have magnificent manes and were supposedly the largest of all lion species. So, what happened to them?


  4. Viking Life Blog · July 2

    Caracal Gregory Loves Hugging : Big Floppa Gosha


  5. Viking Life Blog · October 4

    All 40 Species of Wild Cat (Organised by Lineage)

    Wildcats are some of the most beautiful and interesting animals on the planet. There are 40 species of wildcat separated into 8 distinct lineages providing one of the most interesting stories of evolution in the animal kingdom. The oldest split between all remaining extant species of cat occurred more than 10 million years ago when Pantherine containing the big five split from Felinae containing the rest of the felids. The Felinae family then continued to diverge until around 1-3 million years ago producing amount others, the Caracal, Ocelot, Lynx, Puma and Domestic Cat lineages. In this guide, we’ll explore each split in the Felidae family and the lineages and species of wild cats these evolutionary divergences produced.


  6. Viking Life Blog · October 6

    This mountain lion plays just like a kitty cat when she discovers a swing.


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