not quiteJust to clarify a Bengal cat is a Asian leopard/domestic hybrid while the Geoffroys cat/domestic hybrid is called a Safari cat.
The "Ocicat" is a totally domesticated breed, created by crossing various Oriental breeds, especially the Siamese and Oriental Shorthairs, with a tabby Abbysinian. They are selectively bred for the spotted look without using any wild cat blood at all. Same with the Egyptian Mau-no wild blood.any relation to the ocecat? I've always wanted one of those since I first read about them
Cirith...if you want details about what a cat will eat/won't eat of a mouse remind me next time we talk lol. My cats spent a lot of times outdoors when I lived in Alaska and they loved to bring us mice, shrews, baby rabbits, small ptarmigan (a type of grouse...very stupid bird), robins, and whatever other birds they could catch.
no, i meant ocecat but I thought from what I had researched/read that there was more wild blood in them...hmmm. Well, now I'm definitely not going to pay an exorborant (spelling?) amount for one lol...not that I planned to, but I always find a way to justify spending too much money lol. The cats at the local shelters need homes anyway and I need to get my land whale a playmate
an ocelot would be a cool pet to have...but knowing domesticated cats and how they own their people, I don't think that would turn out very well lol