The cat families… part 2

this is the continuation article of part 1

26.Maine Coon cat:

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Maine coon cat, North America’s only native breed of the longhaired house cat . Though its origins are unknown, it had been first shown in Boston in 1878. Maines is large, muscular, and heavy-boned; they’ll are named for his or her raccoon-like tail. Excellent mousers, they’re known for his or her gentleness, intelligence, and type disposition, and are especially good with children and dogs. Most are brown tabbies.

27.Manx:

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Manx, breed of the tailless house cat of unknown origin but presumed by tradition to possess come from the Isle of Man. Noted for being affectionate, loyal, and courageous, the Manx is distinguished both by its taillessness and by its characteristic hopping gait. it’s compactly built, with a rounded head; large, round eyes; and little , wide-set ears. The rump is additionally rounded and, because the hind legs are considerably longer than the forelegs, is distinctly above the shoulders. The Manx could also be born with a tail but ideally should be totally tailless with a hollow at the top of the backbone where the basis of the tail should be. The double coat could also be any solid, variegated, or tabby color.

28.marbled cat:

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Marbled cat rare Southeast Asian cat, Felidae , often mentioned as a miniature version of the unrelated clouded leopard. The marbled cat is about the dimensions of a domestic cat; it measures roughly 45–60 cm long, excluding a tail of roughly an equivalent length. The coat is long, soft, and pale brown to brownish-gray, with large, dark-edged blotches on the body and smaller dark spots on the legs and tail. The marbled cat is nocturnal and lives in jungles, and should prey on small animals and birds.

29.margay:

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Margay also called tiger cat or tigrillo, alittle cat that ranges from South through Central America and, rarely, into the acute southern us . Little is understood about the habits of the margay. It lives in forests and presumably is nocturnal, feeding on small prey like birds, frogs, and insects. it’s largely arboreal and has specially adapted claws and feet that enable it to scamper up tree trunks and along branches with ease. The margay resembles the related ocelot but features a longer tail and fuller face, emphasized by large, dark eyes and rounded ears. The male attains a maximum length of about 1.1 meters, including a tail about 46 cm long, and weighs up to about 16 kg. the feminine is usually smaller and features a relatively long tail. Coloration varies from pale gray to chocolate with dark markings like spots, stripes, bands, and black-edged blotches. When hand-reared from a kitten, the margay reportedly is definitely tamed; as an adult, however, it’s going to become unpredictable.

30.ocelot:

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the spotted cat of the New World found in lowland areas from Texas southward to northern Argentina. The short, smooth fur is patterned with elongated, black-edged spots that are arranged in chainlike bands. The cat’s upper parts vary in color from light or tawny yellow to gray. There are small black spots on the top , two black stripes on each cheek, and 4 or five black stripes along the neck. The ocelot’s underparts are whitish, spotted with black, and therefore the tail is marked on the side with dark bars or blotches.

31.Pallas’s cat:

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Pallas’s cat also called Steppe Cat, or Manul, small, long-haired cat native to deserts and rocky, mountainous regions from Tibet to Siberia. it had been named for the naturalist Peter Simon Pallas. The Pallas’s cat may be a soft-furred animal about the dimensions of a domestic cat and is pale silvery gray or brown in color. the top of its tail is ringed and tipped with black, and a few individuals have vague, dark markings on the body. The fur of the underparts is about twice as long as that of the upperparts and possibly represents an adaptation to the cat’s habitual lying and crouching on the cold ground.

32.pampas cat:

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Pampas cat small cat, Felidae , native to South America. it’s about 60 cm long, including the 30-centimeter tail. The coat is long-haired and grayish with brown markings which in some individuals could also be indistinct. Little is understood about the habits of the pampas cat. it’s reported to measure in thick shrubbery and to hunt birds and little animals in the dark .

33.puma:

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Puma also called cougar , cougar, panther, or catamount, large brownish New World cat comparable in size to the jaguar—the only other large cat of the occident . The puma, a member of the Felidae , has the widest distribution of any New World mammal, with a variety extending from southeastern Alaska to southern Argentina and Chile. Pumas sleep in a spread of habitats, including desert scrub, chaparral, swamps, and forests, but they avoid agricultural areas, flatlands, and other habitats lacking a canopy . Six subspecies of Puma concolor are recognized by most classifications.

34.Rex cat:

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Rex cat, curly-coated breed of house cat that features a dense, soft coat lacking any projecting guard hairs, or outer coat. Except on the top , legs, and paws, the coat forms fairly deep waves, or crimps. The eyebrows and whiskers of the Rex cat are crinkled, the eyes are almond-shaped, and therefore the ears are large and high set. The adult Rex cat is slender and typically has long legs, an extended neck and head, and an extended , tapering tail. Show cats could also be any of the colours or patterns that are accepted for domestic cats.

35.tiger:

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Tiger’s largest member of the cat family, rivaled only by the lion in strength and ferocity. The tiger is endangered throughout its range, which stretches from the Russian Far East through parts of North Korea , China, India, and Southeast Asia to the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The Siberian, or Amur, the tiger is that the largest, measuring up to 4 meters in total length and weighing up to 300 kg. The Indian, or Bengal, the tiger is that the most numerous and accounts for about half the entire tiger population. Males are larger than females and should attain a shoulder height of about 1 meter and a length of about 2.2 meters, excluding a tail of about 1 metre; weight is 160–230 kg, and tigers from the south are smaller than those of the north.

36.tigon:

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Tigon, offspring of a tiger and a lioness. The tigon, or tiglon, may be a zoo-bred hybrid, as is that the liger, the merchandise of the reverse mating of a lion with a tigress.