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Puma and leopard together

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I have seen that vid, TFS.
Puma and his leopard GF.
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While I find it very interesting seeing different cat species peacefully interacting, it's hard not to notice the cramped quarters these two lovebirds must endure.  At least they have each other...
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( This post was last modified: 10-01-2014, 03:01 AM by Pckts )

Cats are much more social than we realize, almost all the cats at Noahs ark have oddball relationships with cats of the same species, different cat species or even different species all together. Noahs ark also says that after traumatic experiences the animals usually bond for life with other animals that have gone through the same experience. Just recently, Shere khan got sick, baloo and Leo literally stood guard over him when he would lay on the grass, even would not let him leave their man made cabin for a day until he started feeling better.

Noahs ark has
Liberty the lion and Lilly the Tiger
Doc (largest cat at noahs ark) and Little Anne (smallest bear at noahs ark)
Baloo the bear, Shere Khan the Tiger and Leo the lion
They have a Black and brown bear who live together
They have a Lama, donkey, horse, sheep, goat all living together
I think they also have a Puma and leopard together, not positive

but they also have a Male Tiger named Golden who refuses to accept any female tigers and is unfriendly to all cats but friendly with his favorite keepers, so go figure.

There is just no rhyme or reason, they are all so different and their personalities are just as different.

 
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It's interesting how even the most solitary natured species in the wild can be so socialable in captivity. Maybe it has something to do with theory that the amount of food resources available determines how socialable a species will be.
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(10-01-2014, 03:16 AM)'tigerluver' Wrote: It's interesting how even the most solitary natured species in the wild can be so socialable in captivity. Maybe it has something to do with theory that the amount of food resources available determines how socialable a species will be.

 
But even the once though "solitary" cats are now know to take care of their families or tolerate their mates.

There was once a study on outdoor house cats that would travel crazy distances to monitor their territories, have numerous run-ins with other cats etc.



 
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