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HAHAHAHA Jangel!!! She's growning but it's not all over. Hers is restricted to her tummy!
A very interesting cat - looks like it has longer legs than a domestic - thanks for the info WebPotato.
I had never heard of several of the cats I recently posted. I found them on a site about the 7 rarest wild cats. I'm glad you enjoyed it!
Thanks very much for sharing this. I was unfamiliar with these cats and glad to know of them. I am eager to research them. Thanks!!!
Fluffy is growing!
Borneo bay cats are nocturnal and very secretive, and they live only on the island of Borneo. They have traditionally been a rarer animal, even in pristine habitats, but because of extensive deforestation, their already-sparse population is projected to decline 20% by the year 2020. There are likely less than 2,500 mature individuals in the wild, and there are currently no bay cats in captivity.
Photo Credit: Jim Sanderson (work of Jim Sanderson) [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons