AND NOW, FOR SOMETHING (NOT) COMPLETELY DIFFERENT -- THE KODKOD CAT!

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Fascinating, I'm going to share it with one of my daughters. I know she will enjoy reading about it. Thanks for sharing. :thanks:
You're so welcome, neely neely . There are quite a few small wild cats about which little is known. I hope it stays that way, too, because the less humans contact them, the safer they are.
 

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Adorable little cat, but the poor little things are probably vulnerable to all kinds of predators, as small as they are. I played that sound on high volume, and one of my cats kept trying to "catch" whatever was inside my phone!
 
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Adorable little cat, but the poor little things are probably vulnerable to all kinds of predators, as small as they are. I played that sound on high volume, and one of my cats kept trying to "catch" whatever was inside my phone!
That's why they are so shy and their coloring blends in with their surroundings. The best part of being little-known by humans? Being little-known by humans, of course ;)
 
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