Thursday, January 27, 2011

The Scottish Wild Cat

Scottish Wildcats are normally solitary creatures except at meeting time or when they are raising their young. Some have been kept in enclosures and they can be friendly towards each other, but rarely towards humans. Even when they have been mated with domestic cats, they will only behave as pets while they are very young. They seem to respond more to the wild side than the domestic. One person tried captive breeding of Scottish Wildcats over several years and even though he managed to raise

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