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7 Fun Facts About Maine Coon Cats... 🐱

Big cat, possibly a Cloud Leopard?<<yup, definitely a clouded leopard      they're beautiful!

☀ young male clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) PhotoDragonBird on DeviantArt animal pet amazing adorable cute big cat nature ~~ JUST BEAUTIFUL ~~ Me- clouded leopards are such beautiful animals of nature!

Puma / Mountain Lion / Cougar (all different names for the same species.)

Puma / Mountain Lion / Cougar (all different names for the same species. get some yourself some pawtastic adorable cat apparel!

Including the fastest mammal, the ability to roar, incredible hunting skills and stunning stripy and spotted coats, the big cats are some of the most recognised and admired species on our planet. Which one are you?!

Which Big Cat Would You Be?

I was an ocelot. Including the fastest mammal, the ability to roar, incredible hunting skills and stunning stripy and spotted coats, the big cats are some of the most recognised and admired species on our planet.

Shamanic Path, Nocturnal Magic. The Leopard is elusive and so very mysterious.

"I am surprised that he found the money to purchase a commission, sir. But I do not think that leopards change their spots." from Jeremiah - people who do bad things tend to go on doing bad things.

Tiger - http://paulhayes.photography/2015-04/tiger/  A female sumatran tiger approaches through the bamboo.  This is Puna, and was shot as part of a photography day at the wonderful Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent

Tiger by Paul Hayes on - This is Puna, and was shot as part of a photography day at the wonderful Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent

Caracals in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Absolutely beautiful Caracals in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Miks' Pics "Animals Vl" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/animals-vl/

beautiful-wildlife: “ Hold On by Laurie Hernandez A young Cougar climbs a tree in Minnesota ”

cheetah cub looking up at mama                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Cheetah cub looking up at Mama photographed by Greg du Toit. Du Toit is a wildlife photographer and safari guide based out of South Africa.