Pampas Cat (Oncifelis colocolo)

Pampas Cat (Oncifelis colocolo)

Payas para niños fiestas patrias | conozcamos chile

Payas para niños fiestas patrias | conozcamos chile

Solitary and secretive, Pallas’s cat is slow but purposeful in its movements, using its environment to conceal itself and blend into its background

Solitary and secretive, Pallas’s cat is slow but purposeful in its movements, using its environment to conceal itself and blend into its background

Words to live by, totally thought of NeeChole!! @Nicole Novembrino Novembrino Novembrino Sanchez

Words to live by, totally thought of NeeChole!! @Nicole Novembrino Novembrino Novembrino Sanchez

Male African golden cat

Male African golden cat

Then vs Meow: How Technology Has Changed Cats’ Lives (via 9gag)

Then vs Meow: How Technology Has Changed Cats’ Lives

Then vs Meow: How Technology Has Changed Cats’ Lives (via 9gag)

Pampas - Their fur ranges in color from white to gray or brown, often with brown or black stripes and spots. Little is known about Pampas cats, but it is believed that they are nocturnal hunters that prey on small mammals and birds.

Pampas - Their fur ranges in color from white to gray or brown, often with brown or black stripes and spots. Little is known about Pampas cats, but it is believed that they are nocturnal hunters that prey on small mammals and birds.

15 Then And Now Photos Of Cats Growing Up

15 Then And Now Photos Of Cats Growing Up

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Pampas Cat - Google Image Result for http://www.cougarhill.info/cats/pampas_cat.jpg

Pampas Cat - Google Image Result for http://www.cougarhill.info/cats/pampas_cat.jpg

PAMPAS CATS....also called the Chilean Pampa Cat....live in South America’s Andes mountains in areas ranging from grasslands to swamps to forests....average 1.5 to 2.5 feet and with a 9 to 11 inch tail...weigh 6 to 7 pounds....sometimes referred to as a "combined" species with the Colocolo and Pantatal cats

PAMPAS CATS....also called the Chilean Pampa Cat....live in South America’s Andes mountains in areas ranging from grasslands to swamps to forests....average 1.5 to 2.5 feet and with a 9 to 11 inch tail...weigh 6 to 7 pounds....sometimes referred to as a "combined" species with the Colocolo and Pantatal cats

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