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Domestic Cat

Felis catus

Description:

Black and white spots and stripes along his body

Habitat:

Habitats in houses as pets and in wild roams around caves and woods if is half ocelot roams around Mexico mostly and southern Texas

Notes:

In memory of herby the cat in the picture.died a little bit shy of her 18th birthday. I cry every day when I think of you in heaven. It was just a cat but a very important cat in my life.

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2 Comments

ForestDragon
ForestDragon 4 years ago

The scientific name for the domestic cat is Felis catus. You can edit your spotting to include that as your scientific name. If you do not know the scientific name of an organism, usually it can be found with a simple internet search. If you still can't find it, it is better to leave that section blank and mark the box that indicates you need help with the ID. :-)

Spencer Wicktor
Spencer Wicktor 4 years ago

I meant to say black Caligo/I think a ocelot


Spencer Wicktor
Spotted by
Spencer Wicktor

Minnesota, USA

Spotted on Oct 20, 2015
Submitted on Dec 31, 2015

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