Fierce hunters, bobcats can kill prey much bigger than themselves, but usually eat rabbits, birds, mice, squirrels, and other smaller game. The bobcat hunts by stealth, but delivers a deathblow with a leaping pounce that can cover 10 feet.
Bobcats are solitary animals. Females choose a secluded den to raise a litter of one to six young kittens, which will remain with their mother for 9 to 12 months. During this time they will learn to hunt before setting out on their own.
In some areas, bobcats are still trapped for their soft, spotted fur. North American populations are believed to be quite large, with perhaps as many as one million cats in the United States alone. Read Caption. Learn more. Sounds like fun huh? These animals are squeezed into a bottle. Their urine and feces are removed through probes.
They feed them with a kind of tube. They feed them chemicals to keep their bones soft and flexible so the kittens grow into the shape of the bottle. The animals will stay their as long as they live. Bonsai-kittens are becoming a fashion in New York and Asia. Please sign this email in protest against these tortures. If you receive an email with over names, please send a copy to: anacheca hotmail.
From there this protest will be sent to USA and Mexican animal protection organizations. A site that we were able to shut last year has returned.
We have to try to shut it down again! The cats are fed through a straw and have a small tube for their faeces. The skeleton of the cat will take on the form of the bottle as the kitten grows.
The cats never get the opportunity to move. They are used as original and exclusive souvenirs. This petition needs names, so please put your one name on it!!!cycringbeschlapod.cf
R.O.A.R. to Vaccinate Mother Cats and Their Kittens
Copy the text into a new email and put your name on the bottom, then send it to everyone you know. If you notice that there are names on the list, please send it to: anacheca hotmail. Nobody is making bonsai kittens. Nobody is selling equipment to help people make bonsai kittens.
Bobcat | National Geographic
When it was running the site is no longer active , the Bonsai Kitten web site was a joke, not an actual promotion for the making of bonsai kittens. Investigations by law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, determined no real cats were harmed in the creation of the pictures used on the Bonsai Kitten web site. Signing a petition to shut down the Bonsai Kitten web site will not prevent any kittens from being harmed, because no kittens were harmed in the first place.