Is a cat considered to be in the rodent family?
The cat is a feline not a rodent.
It is from the rodent family, just like mice, rats and hamsters
No way! A cat is part of the cat family while a rat is part of the rodent family.
No. One is in the feline family, the other is in the rodent family.
Nope a lion is a cat, and belongs to the family Felidae
Because their in the rodent family
The hamster is considered a rodent.
a cat has a furry tail, a rodent does not.
Chinchillas are crepuscular rodents. They are called a rodent but are part of the family chinchillidae.
Is a lynx a rodent? No, it's a cat.
They are considered a rodent because you are a weirdo
No. A lynx is a small, wild member of the cat family that is similar to the bobcat. The lynx often eats rodents, though.
First of all, PLEASE work on your spelling. I am twelve and my spelling and grammar is better. As to answer your question, squirrels are a part of the rodent family. The rodent family includes; rats, squirrels, hamsters, mice, guinea pigs, and chinchillas. Once again PLEASE work on your grammar, and I hope I helped.
A Tiger, A Cat, A Bear, A Horse.... Most animals are not considered rodents. See the link below for more information
No. Raccoons are rodents, in the rodent family. Raccoons are not rodents they are procyonids and are omnivorous, get your facts straight before you answer something randomly.
A porcupine is a member of the rodent family. After the capybara and the beaver, the porcupine is the third largest member of the rodent family.
Yes, the pig is derived from the rodent family.
Yes, the Lynx is a member of the Felidae (cat) family.
No, why would you think deer are in the rodent family? Deer are in the hoofed mammals family.
Porcupines shoot their predators with the quill like needles that are attached to their bodies. Porcupines are considered to be part of the rodent family.
It is in the rodent family.
Largest family of animals- TIGERS Answer: The largest family of animals would be the "Rodent Family". Rodent means Gnawing Animal. The largest population in the rodent family is the brown rat or common rat making it the most flourishing mammal after humans.
No, an otter is not a rodent. Rodents are generally animals that have large constantly growing incisor teeth.
Absolutely not, they are rodents
The Lagomorph family.
Hamsters are in the rodent family.
they are in the rodent family
A cat is a Feline and a rat is a Rodent. They are two different animals.
Sources differ on whether or not shrews are members of the rodent family. The more science-based sources indicate that shrews, although mouse-like in appearance, are not truly members of the rodent family, but are of the Insectivora family, just as moles and hedgehogs are.
No it is in the mongoose family and is a mammal.
NO, they are part of the mongoose family...
it belongs to the rodent family
No the rodent family.
no some can be
No..Cats are in the order Carnivora, carnivores.
No they are not.
Although catlike in appearance and habit, the genet is not a cat but a member of the family Viverridae, which also includes civets and mongooses.
yes because it is in the Rhodesia family which is Latin for rodent Type your answer here...
Washington States Marine Mammal is the Orca (killer whale) and its Land Mammal is the Olympic Marmot which is a rodent in the squirrel family but about the size of your average domestic cat.
No, meerkats aren't really cats. They are members of the mongoose family. You can find out more here: well yes and no there from the cat family but half mongoose http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meerkat a meerkat is a type of rodent related to the squirrel
They are from the Tayassuidae family. Related to pigs.
Mice belong to the Rodent family.
Yes, they are both in the rodent family.
The mongoose is in the sub-order of cats, the ferret is in the sub-order of dogs, under the carnivore family. Rodents are in the rodent family. The ferret is not related to either the mongoose or rodent
A groundhog is a rodent of the family Sciuridae. It is not a pig and therefore, you can't get bacon from a rodent!
yes they are
no it is in the canine family
Contrary to popular belief rabbits are not part of the rodent family, although they look very similar. They are part of the Lagomorph family, which includes hares, rabbits, and pikas.
The cat family which is scientifically classed as Felidae includes tigers, lions, jaguars, leopards, cougars, cheetahs, lynxes, ocelots and the common house cats.