Although the Chinese government has tried to put bans on eating cat meat, there are still a number of restaurants in China that serve cat. Although it is not accepted by Western cultures, cat meat is commonly sold and eaten in some Asian countries such as China, Vietnam and Korea.
Some species of wild cats are the serval, the ocelot and the fishing cat. The serval lives in Africa, mainly on the Savannah. Its long neck and long legs gave it its name, which means "giraffe cat." The serval is an ambush predator, and when it senses prey nearby, it leaps out from the grasses where
The largest wild cat in the world is the Siberian tiger, also known as the Amur tiger. Ligers are the world's largest cat, though they cannot breed naturally and are not found in the wild.
"Into the Wild" is about a young man named Christopher McCandless, played by Emile Hirsch, who abandons his material possessions and becomes a hitchhiker. McCandless travels across the United States, meeting and influencing a number of people along the way.
The Chinese New Year begins at the end of the last month of the Chinese calendar, a date that varies every year according to the lunar calendar. The date is typically between mid-January and mid-February on the Gregorian calendar.
Chinese names comprise a given name and a family name. Some common given names include Jing, Chen, Dong, Xue, Zhong, Yi, Li, Xin, Jian, Shou and Fu. The most common family names are Li, Wang and Zhang, followed by Liu, Chen, Yang, Zhao, Huang, Zhou, Wu, Xu, Sun, Hu, Zhu, Gao, Lin, He, Guo and Ma.
A wild animal is a non-domestic animal living in its natural habitat. Wild animals are not the same as feral animals, which live in the wild but have domestic ancestors.
In 2012, Taste of the Wild cat food was included in an ongoing recall that involved salmonella-contaminated dog and cat foods, states About.com and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The contaminated pet foods were produced at a Diamond Pet Foods manufacturing facility in Gaston, South
Some Chinese words are "shi," "bu shi," "xie xie," "bu yong xie" and "qing." Other Chinese words are "zai jian, "fa yuv," "wov," "wov men" and "niv."
The pharaoh cat is not the same as the wild cat. The pharaoh cat, also known as an Egyptian mau, is a breed of domestic cat. All domestic cats share the Latin name of Felis catus, while the wild cat has the Latin name of Felis silvestris.