A bobcat typically resembles a lynx and is twice the size of a house cat. Bobcats have very distinctive features such as black bars on their forelegs and a black stubby tail.Continue Reading
It is not uncommon for a bobcat to breed with a house cat when given the opportunity. Bobcat hybrids or mixed breeds can resemble either parent but are generally larger than the largest breed of house cat. Bobcats are generally more aggressive than house cats and will mark their territory more frequently.
A bobcat's color ranges from brown to dark gray and has a stout face and a pink nose. Depending on its natural habitat, bobcats can range from dark to very light, and its spots help with camouflage.Learn more about Cats
Create a cat house with cardboard boxes, sheets of papers with attractive prints, colored spray paint, sticky tape and glue. This cozy cat house is the perfect place for your cat to play or nap and can be built in just a few hours.Full Answer >
House cats can run at top speeds of around 30 miles per hour. This is a comparable maximum running speed to those of white tail deer, warthogs and grizzly bears. It is also the top speed achieved by track star Usain Bolt.Full Answer >
Miniature cats come in a variety of breeds, but they are usually distinguished as being half the size of a normal-sized cat. They are also called "teacup cats," but both teacup and miniature cats are not recognized as separate breeds. While there are small cats such as the Singapura, these are not miniature cats, which are specifically bred to have the same features as a normal-sized cat in its breed.Full Answer >
The Guinness World Records association recognizes the largest cat alive based on the separate categories of length and height, meaning there can technically be two cats that qualify as the world's largest house cat, though both titles have at various times been held by a single cat. According to the Guinness World Records, as of 2013, the longest cat in the world was a Maine coon named Stewie, who clocked in at 48.5 inches long. As of 2011, the Guinness World Records holder of the world's tallest cat title is a Savannah cat named Trouble, who stands at 19 inches tall when measured from shoulder to toe.Full Answer >