Does wild cats eat house cats?
Wild cats are solitary nocturnal animals. House cats are not. The two types generally are not up and about at the same time. Additionally wild cats avoid areas where humans live and therefore aren't in close proximity to house cats.
Wild cats hunt for food in the wild. Domesticated cats eat house food bought from a pet store. Wild and domesticated are antonyms.
cats eat bats not house cat but wild street cats eat bats.
Bengal cats are pets they are bred from house cats and an Asian leopard, they should not be in the wild.
Wild house cats (strays) will usually hunt to eat mice, birds, chipmunks, or any other small animals around the area.
A wild lion such as an African Lion or Cougar will eat a house cat if they catch it out in the wild.
Most house cats will just catch them, kill them and leave them on your doorstep to show you what they've done. Some house cats eat them up. Wild cats will eat them because this is their source of food.
Big cats and wild cats are carnivorous. Domesticated house cats are omnivorous. They eat a mixture of meat and plants.
yes wild cats are as fastidious as house cats
no not at all wild cats eat birds.
I think there are more house cats. -Annabelle
If they're in the wild, small or large mammals depending on what species they are. Feral cats scrounge in garbage, hunt what small mammals they can find, and eat what some humans will put out for them. Inside house cats usually eat the cat food that their human friends will feed them, though they may hunt a bit depending on the house but that's unusual nowadays. Outside and inside house cats will eat what their… Read More
House cats usually do not do this, but sometimes male cats kill kittens (but don't eat them) to force the female cats back into heat. This is a way of making sure the next litter is his if he is not sure whose kittens are in this litter. This is more common in feral cats and large wild cats.
Lions and leopards, as well as hyenas, will kill and eat cheetah cubs.
What do house cats eat in the wild Do they eat cow and venison or other animals that are larger then them Like the things we put in the store bought food?
Wild cats will eat small animals like mice and birds, rabbits, also bugs and if they can find scraps in garbage they will eat that too. They are unwilling to hunt animals larger than themselves.
Wild calico cats eat fish,and probably meat found where wolves and foxes didn't eat the animal
yes wild cats needs to be in the wild and house cats need to be in houses
Feral or wild cats eat rodents to survive.
Lost house cats and wild cats
Not all cats eat the same thing... Domestic cats tend to eat things like chicken and fish(meat) and wild cats tend to eat mice and rats and other wild things(plants and animals)
All wild cats, from the Lion to the ocelot eat meat. They are also called ''carnivores'' just like the wild dog family.
Well, yeah, all house cats' ancestors were wild. Born in houses and lived in houses ever since? No.
well wild cats arnt called house cats!! but you can go to a farm and just ask if they hav any ferral cats and they will let you catch 1 or might just tell you wen they get one i hav a wild cat that was an orphon i think there better than normar cats because they dont sleep as much look at abandoned farm theres wild cats near my house
stray cats eat rabbits, and house cats will eat rabbits too
All wild cats, as in tigers, lions, etc. are considered "big cats". These big cats are not domesticated. House cats, like the little pussy that sits on your chair, are domesticated. A stray house cat can live in the wild, though.
Impossible! There are no wild cats in Australia although they do have some cat-like marsupials,
Normal cats can be kept in the house and be taken care of because they do any harm to you. Whereas wild cats belong in the wild because they are dangerous to have as a pet.
1. House cats are smaller and less violent 2. House cats are pets, and tigers are wild animals
No, they are carnivores. They eat meat.
Yes, wild cats do eat fish, but they don't really catch them. Cats don't like to get wet, and I don't think a wild cat would go frolicking around in a river trying to catch a fish.
not house cat, but BIG cats! House cats are use to people,while wild street cats are not because its something they fear and no big cats are not dangerous it all depends if their house cats or not.
In a house with good care :)
Yes, they most definitely do. Wild cats are usually much larger and don't come near civilization.
Yes, lions and leopards may kill and eat a zebra.
sometimes they will
The Scottish wildcat is the only wild cat found in the UK.
They live in the wild or in your house as pets.
other cats, bugs, plants and bones.. they like to hunt
Cats in the wild are nocturnal hunters and there for require night vision so they can see. Cats have been bred to become general house hold pets from wild cats and this is why cats have night vision.
Cats eat rats because that is what they instinctually hunt. In the wild, feral cats will often prey on rodents as their main food source.
Cats eat grass when they have digestive problems. It usually makes them vomit.
bears and wild cats do
clowder of cats clutter of cats glaring of cats pounce of cats dout of cats (house cats) nuisance of cats (house cats) kendle of cats (kittens) kindle of cats (kittens) litter of cats (kittens) destruction of cats (wild cats)
no they will eat you
Do wild cats have dehydrators? No. They eat raw, uncooked, juicy (bloody) meat.
Cats eat dry cat food and canned cat food. This is what is bought from pet stores. Cats in the wild however have to hunt for their food.
maybe a wild cat, or just a angry cat
The collective nouns for cats are: a clowder of cats a clan of cats a clutter of cats a glaring of cats a pounce of cats a dout of cats (house cats) a nuisance of cats (house cats) a destruction cats (wild cats) a kendle of kittens a kindle of kittens a litter of kittens
Same as any other cat would eat.
Of course! In the wild cats eat meat, like birds, rats, mice. They are carnivores - meat eaters.
Only if they are really hungry.