Male Amur Leopard Cat
DOB 4/15/01 DOD 7/27/14
Sponsor Trick E http://www.bigcatrescue.biz/servlet/the-1002/Leopard-Cat-Sponsorship/Detail
Trick E is one of the only Amur Leopard Cats born in this hemisphere since the year 2000 according to ISIS. These cats have been recommended for phase out by the Felid TAG to make room for "more important cats". There were only 11 left on this side back in 2001.
Trick-E has been neutered and his father Draikko, who has since passed on, was neutered as well.
Common Name: Leopard Cat
Phylum: Chordata (Vertebrata)
Genus: Felinae (Prionailurus) P.b. euptilura Amur Leopard Cat
Misc.: This cat has been the subject of long debate as to its taxonomic status. There are numerous subspecies that some feel should be classified as individual species in their own right and other species that are felt should be classified as a subspecies of the Leopard Cat.
Subspecies: P.b. bengalensis
Male Leopard Cat
DOB 6/30/00 - 5/27/14
We quit breeding cats in 1997 when our Co-Founder disappeared. We spent the next 3 years building better Cat-A-Tats for our 200 residents. We neutered and spayed all of the bobcats, cougars and lynx first.
We had a pair of Amur Leopard Cats who had lived together since 1995. In the Spring of 2000 the Leopard Cats moved into their new 1000 square foot Cat-A-Tat with it’s bushes, trees and underground dens. It must have been very romantic.
Much to our amazement, Shalimar
Leopard Cats are Losing their Last Foothold in Taiwan
According to the Forestry Bureau, it's a class-one endangered animal in Taiwan, with fewer than 1,000 estimated remaining island-wide.
Recently there has been a on-going news in Taiwan concerning the threat to the survival of the Leopard Cats, an endangered species, and the conservation of their natural habitat.
It was revealed in the news that the authorities from Miaoli county hava approved a development plan for a massively sized death care facility and graveyards
New Black Cat Found in Sunderbans
The leopard cat, like the bobcat, has many variations in their coat pattern, and black would have a hunting advantage in a dark, forested area.
The images they show in the piece are a black leopard adult and cub, but if you listen closely, they say the cat is just a bit larger than a domestic cat.
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