How do bobcats capture food?

Bobcats use their large paws to move quietly as they stalk their prey, and they either pounce, or if they miss, go onto a chase. Once the prey is pinned down, they may bat at it, claw at it, bite the neck, etc.
Bobcats have a brown skin coat that helps it merge or camouflage into its surroundings which involves forests and bushes. The markings on their screen further helps their camouflage. They are ambush hunters that feed on small prey and this camouflage is extremely important for its survival.