What kind of wild cats live in Tennessee?
There are a variety of wild cats living in Tennessee. Some of these cats include bobcats as well as cougars.
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.
snakes,coyates,foxes,rabbiats,deer,wild cats,moose, and much more.
They are generally kept as pets in homes. Otherwise, stray house-type cats live just about anywhere. Wild big cats it depends on the type.
Most wild cats live in Africa
That depends on the country. Wild cats can adapt to blistering heat, or roam snow covered forests.
Both the cougar (Florida panther) and the bobcat are found in the Everglades.
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.
With the exception of the lion, wild cats do not live in groups, except for a mother and her cubs. There are 36 species of wild cats and all but the lion live as individuals.
No wild pandas live anywhere in North America. There are probably some in zoos in Tennessee, though. Wild pandas live in the bamboo forests of central China.
Milly and Molly =]
Lost house cats and wild cats
A family of wild cats could be some wild cats, but they are family. Or wild cats like the Ocelot (a kind of endangered wild cat) breed with a tamed cat to make another breed of tamed cats, like the Ocicat (and Ocelot breed with a tabby)
They live in the wild or in your house as pets.
black bears and cougars
There are many wild animals in Egypt. These include Jackals, Crocodiles, Camels, Cheetah, Leopards, various other wild cats, Foxes, many species of wild dog, and plenty of reptiles and insects.
it depens what type of wild cat it is
If it a cat than it would live in green grass and in big spaces like in the wild where lion and big cats that r just like cat
Feral or wild cats eat rodents to survive.
New zealand has no wild bears (i hope). I live in new zealand so you can trust me, we have feral cats that are just domesticated cats that chose to go back into the wild
Yes they can.
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.
Cats live in houses because they are pets so where else can they live some of the can be wild and live in any street garbage.
Lions and leopards, as well as hyenas, will kill and eat cheetah cubs.
African golden cats live about 12 years in captivity, but the lifespan in the wild is unknown.
No animals live on the continent. There may be 'wild cats' on sub-Antarctic islands.
Jaguars and ocelots
big cats live for 15-20 years in the wild
Ceetahs, lions, leopards, caracals, serval cats,
I know 1 is a tiger. If you are referring to dometicated cats that have gone wild, the answer is feral cat. They live without human support.
Africa has the greatest variety and number of wild cats. South America also has a large number of wild cat species.
Well. It depends on what exactly you are asking. Im sure you can google the different species of feral or wild cats in a certain area or state. However, if your asking what a common house cat is called when it's released into the wild, it is called a feral cat.
Lions live in packs because they all live together!! Most big cats don't live in packs i think only the lion does!
Not any type of wild cats can be owned just feline friends like house cats and other cats that you have as a pet
Badgers, Wild Cats, Foxes
Wild calico cats eat fish,and probably meat found where wolves and foxes didn't eat the animal
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.
Domesticated cats live in homes. Any domesticated cat breed can live in a home, for say a Tabby or Siamese cat. Domesticated cats are the opposite of wild cats, which can not be held in the captivity of a home.
Bengal cats are usually a domesticated wild cat and are not always good with other animals as they have a wild non domestic side to them. A Boxer is a breed of dog that can be kind and behave well with cats.
every where Asia, Africa, USA, south America, central America, Canada, Europe, Russia,Mexico, and Alaska. But not in the North and South Pole. Wild cats live everywhere in the wilderness and in zoos.
i have been to France so these animals do live here...... there are alot of pigions and maskitoes and flys and dogs and cats and people so theres your ansewr thank you :)
Dogs and cats, if taken care of, can live for 15 - 17 years, but that's really old. In the wild, I doubt they live much as 10.
dogs, cats, birds, horses...... a lot
they have lions and various other wild cats
In a house with good care :)
Yes, in wild forested areas.
Well, wild cats use the wide open spaces for shelter, and even trees. Tamed cats, like the cats you would have as a pet, well, live in your home I suppose! :)
Wild African cats typically live between twelve and fifteen years. However, they can live much longer in captivity if they are given excellent care.
No, feral cats are considered just that: Feral. Feral cats are usually house cats that have been abandoned or neglected. Most would not survive in the wild like real wild cats for any length of time. This is why a lot of feral cats live in small groups that share the same territory, shelter and food supply.