1. Joann Miller Moorhead
    October 11, 2014 @ 3:19 pm

    Joe B. Petrey What I saw matches your description.

  2. Joann Miller Moorhead
    October 11, 2014 @ 3:16 pm

    John Petrey I live in Lower Alabama, specifically Robertsdale, in a rural area. Yesterday afternoon a cat crossed the road in front of me. It was light colored, not real big, maybe even about the same size as a domestic cat, but the really unique thing about it was its' tail was extremely long. I've been looking at photos and this jaguarundi is the closest thing I can find.

  3. William Taylor
    October 27, 2013 @ 5:30 pm

    I made the following observation at 1000 local time in SW Ft. Worth on Sep 16, 2013, near the juncture of urban and agricultural land. An animal moved rapidly on the top of my back privacy fence and momentarily obscured horizontal light from a neighbor’s back porch. the light beam obscured was slightly more than 30 inches. The animal moved silently with an otter or ferret-like motion and it vanished. Note: I had ventured onto my back porch for fresh air while watching TV and with a lamp on mid intensity. Immediately outside, during the observation, I was not visually dark adapted. The animal was dark and without spots; head was not discernible, neither was a tail. Only the bowing back as it progressed along the fence. I asked a fellow field biologist from years past about the possibilities of genus and specie. (He worked for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and in the federal fish hatchery system for his work life. His answer was “….likely a jaguarundi.” I told him, “That’s my best conclusion, also.” I have made a “field log” of this event since the observation on 9/16.I would like to share this observation and the log of subsequent events if you would like.

  4. Melitta Vahalik
    August 11, 2013 @ 1:12 am

    Our cat has more black to it, like thousands of tiny dots and gets darker in winter. Bobcats, coyote, and a wolf that looks eerily like that cartoon wolf with its long head and long legs who clears my 48" fence like I step over a log. Painted Bunting birds that evidently are here all year round but are very shy, bees in all shapes and sizes – I never knew bees could be so small. Hornets, I have never seen these, the size of the large humming birds – scary! Some say the hornets kill cicadas and others say tarantulas.

  5. Melitta Vahalik
    August 11, 2013 @ 12:59 am

    Since the pipelines have gone through and destroyed the woods behind our house approximately a mile back, we have seen this and bobcats and birds, hornets and bees we have not seen before.

  6. Deanna Burger
    May 15, 2013 @ 12:57 pm

    Very beautiful animal that I for one had never heard of, would very much like to see one up close and maybe take a picture.

    • Hush Valley Lodge
      June 7, 2013 @ 5:58 pm

      We have black jaguarundi on our property in the mountains of Costa Rica… they're good at hiding so sightings are not common, but one of our workers saw one just two days ago. Feel free to visit our website, if you're interested: hushvalleylodge.com

      Have a great day.

  7. Nirvana Cobain
    April 15, 2013 @ 4:34 am

    Saw one on tv and did a search and this popped up. Very interesting.

  8. Nirvana Cobain
    April 15, 2013 @ 4:34 am

    Saw one on tv and did a search and this popped up. Very interesting.

  9. Kim Young-madrishin
    February 7, 2013 @ 7:43 pm

    Very interesting

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