Photos of Fisher cats can be found online at Google images, Bing.com images, Wikipedia and Photobucket.com. Fisher cats are carnivorous mammals that are members of the weasel family. They have long, slender bodies and bushy tails.
Fisher cats make their homes in the forests of North America and Canada. Fisher cats are solitary hunters and hunt mainly at night. Though they are good climbers, they spend most of their time on the forest floor searching for small animals such as rabbits. They also feed on mushrooms and fruit.
The appearance of the Fisher’s fur changes with the seasons. There are slight differences between males and females. Their coats are darker in the winter months and lighter during the summer. Fisher cats were once hunted extensively for their pelts, but populations have since rebounded due to conservation and protective measures.