Do cheetahs have Instincts?
cheetahs have instincts... the instinct to fight, run, growl, hiss, scratch ETC.
anyway, ALL animals have instincts, even humans
It will be extinct unless the people keep on hunting them for their meat, teeth and fur because, they are already one of the endangered species.
Like all animals, the cheetah's instincts lead him/her to find food, find a mate, procreate and survive. The females protect and raise their young. Males of the cat family often try to kill any offspring that they have not fathered- I do not know about cheetaks., Cheetahs are predators-- they survive by hunting game and killing it to eat it. Cheetahs are somewhat like domestic cats...they have a lot of instincts! They know how to…
Cheetahs aren't the Strongest Big Cat on the plains. In fact, they're the weakest! They are fast and fragile, so they don't have much options when it comes to confrontation. They aren't strong enough to defend territory, so if food and water is scarce, or if another threat comes, it's time to move on. Also, Cheetahs don't migrate. They roam.
It is because cats, like all predatory animals, are sensitive to movement. A cat will chase things that move. It is their instincts that make them like this. The common behaviors of domesticated cats are related to the doings of big cats in the wild, such as the lions of Africa and the tigers of Siberian and the cheetahs of the Serengeti. So anything you see cats doing, it might just be their natural instincts…