Did domestic cats come before wild cats?
Domestic cats came after wild cats.
It is believed that cats were first domesticated in Egypt as cult pets.
Wild cats and domestic cats all come from the family Felidae and are all related. Yes, they're all distant relatives.
The most accepted evolutionary tree has domestic cats being tamed and bred from wild cats in the Middle East; domestic cats are known to have existed in ancient Egypt and were revered by the ancient Egyptians.
Cats have fangs because domestic cats were bred out of wild cats. Wild cats hunt and their fangs help them do it.
In means of domestic cats, they are related the the wild cats.
Wild cats are more wild and they strive to find food by themselves, they are also more independant.
Wild cats are just that - non domesticated felines such as lions, bobcats, cheetahs. Domestic cats are domestic animals - household pets.
Cats either domestic or wild felines hunt for the purpose for food, without it they would starve( wild feline) or would not have enough nutrition (domestic).
No, none of the cats, wild or domestic, are color blind. They can see colors.
Afican wild cat is the domestic cat not caracal
Domestic cats are the decedents of their wild ancestors so their native habitat is where the ancestor lived.
They are probably scared of humans. Unlike domestic cats, wild cats are not raised with humans. Hope this helped!
yes they r both cats.................
Feral cats are wild descendants of domestic cats. A feral cat has never associated with humans. How did feral cats come to be? When two strays mate in the wild, they give birth to a litter of feral kittens. These kittens have never interacted with humans. Feral kittens can be domesticated if taken in young, but adult feral cats are almost impossible to domesticate. Answer 1 A feral cat is a domestic cat which has… Read More
Feral means wild, like a bobcat or a lion or something. Domestic cats are like cats you keep as pets.
The tabby cat is a breed of domestic cat, although you can get strays they are not proper 'wild cats'. However, most wild cats have very tabby-like coats.
they are both still proper animals but if wild animal live in wild and domestic ones are like dogs and cats
They each have whiskers a tail and they are cats just wild cats are bigger. they both hunt other animals, domestic cats hunt mice and birds. All cats are carnivores and need meat as their diet. It is like the comparison between dogs and wolves.
Feral cats are descended from domestic cats but are born and live without human contact. Any environment that sustains people can sustain feral cats, who are known to have thrived in urban, suburban, and rural areas in all parts of the civilized world. They are not to be confused with wild cats or with stray cats (alley cats). Wild cats are descendants of wild species. Stray cats are homeless or abandoned domestic cats, but unlike… Read More
Some horses are wild, but most are domestic. If you are talking about where they come from domestic or wild, they were wild at first, but when the Indians found out they were useful they tamed them. Really, they can be wild or domestic.
They get their food by hunting other animals. Wild domestic cats hunt mice, birds, and squirrels. Wild cats like lions hunt zebras. Small wild cats like lynxes hunt rabbits.
The only cat indigenous to Greece is the wild cat. There are thousands of cats living in the country, but they are all domestic cats.
Toygers can be domestic house cats. Although they are a new breed. I'm not sure if it's a wild animal or not but it is domestic.
Not domestic cats, but Siberian Tigers, Ocelots and Panthers most of them are not but some yes <><><> The domestic (pet) cat is not. Some species of cats in the wild are threatened or endangered.
Yes. Cats (feral, wild, or domestic) prey upon rabbits when they can.
When domestic cats return to their ferral ( wild ) state they exhibit pride behavior like lions.
Well its not likely that a domestic cat will eat another domestic cat. Only wild big cats will eat other cats domestic or wild. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_happens_if_a_cat_eats_another_cat#ixzz2TIVhABfR
Domestic cats are descended from the African wild cat.
correction to above answer. australia has no native cats but it does have a serious problem with FERAL cats,theses are domestic cats that have gone wild,these cats get quite large,do lots of damage and are a pest
The Bengal Cat is a breed of domestic cat derived from the wild Asian Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) found in Southeast Asia.
Feral cats can be found anywhere domestic cats are or have been. Feral roughly translated to 'Domestic Gone Wild' but can be kittens bred from "Domestic Gone Wild" cats too. If you are referring to Wild Cats (Felis sylvestris) All five species can be found in parts of Africa, Europe, Middle East and Asia. I happen to be the owner of a feral kitten (now tamed and adult but came from Feral linages).
A main coon Ocicat Bengal Egyptian Mau Answer A Bengal, Savannah, Abyssian, and an Egyptian Mau. These are domestic cats that look and are clossly related to wild cats.
Feral cats live in the wild, but are not the same as stray cats or wild cats in that they are descended from domestic cats but have had no contact with humans. Feral cats can live mostly anywhere, in any environment that humans can also live in.
Dogs Have Stronger Teeth Than Cats And Have More Teeth Than Cats. Cats Have Sharper Teeth. But Wild Dogs Such As The African Wild Dog Has More Teeth And Stronger Teeth Than Domestic Dogs. Also Sharper Than Both Domestic Dogs And Cats.
There is no wild cat which name starts with the letter D. But there is a cat who is not wild that's name starts with D. That is the domestic cat. They are the cats that people have as pets.
Lion. Over time some became smaller and less furocious, Bob Cats were made and some developed into wild cats (size and shape of Domestic will bigger claws and teeth) and some wild cats developed into domestic.
They are extremely domestic and can be sooo affectionate to their owners and other humans. They cry for attention when they do not get it.
because they have tails :P for one, they are ANATOMICALLY identical. plus they have similar Biology. and cat to cat they are the same! only when you compare domestic cats to wild cats do you find differences. some wild cats have similarities to each other, the servile and cheetah have the vary close markings but cheetahs are built to run, while servile are built to jump. the body in wild cats is much more visible… Read More
Cats have two pigments in their fur; black (or very dark brown) and orange. White in cats are a result of the absence of these pigments. Black cats only have black pigment and ginger cats are all orange. The domestic cat's wild ancestors, wild cats, needed these colours in a striped pattern for camouflage. When cats were domesticated, many cololurs were produced by breeding traits in mutations that occured.
dogs, cats, birds, horses...... a lot
Dogs, But Most Cats Have Sharper Teeth. But Most Wild Dogs Such As African Wild Dogs Have Sharper And Stronger Teeth Than Domestic Ones. And Probably More Teeth Than Domestic Ones.
All cats do, and so do some other animals including primates (but not humans).
house cat- home and domestic wild cats- not domesticated, wild, savanna, and forests.
Do you mean domestic cats or big wild cats? If you mean domestic/pet cats, all breeds have retractable claws. As for the bigger cats, I think cheetahs are the only ones that can't pull their claws in. This helps them to run fast, like cleats.
There are 37 species of cat and the house cat is but one species. The rest are wild animals, tigers, lions, bobcats, jaguars, etc., that live in the wild.
The original hybrid is called an F1 and is considered too "wild" to be a house cat. A Savannah is the largest of all domestic cats.
It is very unlikely. The modern wild cat is thought to have evolved from African wild cats, European wild cats and Asiatic desert cats. This would suggest a pattern of stripes or spots as the earliest domestic cat.
if its a domestic cat no but wild cats you do need a licence
On occasion when natural food is abscent, yes they do.
The African Wildcat which is the ancestor of domestic cats today.
Yes, all cats (wild and domestic) are predatory carnivores.