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Please do not pet: 10 European wildcats


This fluffy wildcat is not in a cuddly mood - Shutterstock / Wolfgang Kruck

The European wild cats in the picture gallery look just as cute and cuddly as their tame relatives, the domestic cats, but the impression is deceptive. Wildcats are very shy and defensive. This fluffy wildcat is not in a cuddly mood - Shutterstock / Wolfgang Kruck "But the mouse was delicious!" Thinks the wildcat - Shutterstock / Bildagentur Zoonar GmbH European wildcats mainly live in near-natural forests with many hiding places - Shutterstock / Marek Velechovsky But now and then the wildcat also dozes in a field - Shutterstock / aaltair Woe, you get too close to the wildcat! - Shutterstock / Tekniphotos The wildcat is especially vigilant if it has offspring - Shutterstock / Vladimir Wrangel Wildcats usually have between two and four babies per litter. Too cute! - Shutterstock / Stefan Simmerl The boys stay with their mom for six to eight months - Shutterstock / Bildagentur Zoonar GmbH The wildcat mother teaches her kittens everything - Shutterstock / Vladimir Wrangel European wildcat silently stalks its prey - Shutterstock / Bildagentur Zoonar GmbH

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