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Where do Bobcats sleep during the day?
During the day, Bobcats sleep and rest in dens in the form of a rock crevice or hollow tree with one individual having a number of dens within its home range.
How do bobcats survive in the winter?
A bobcat’s camouflaged fur makes it hard for prey and enemies to see it. During the winter, its fur becomes more grayish to match the color of the dead plants around it. Bobcats hide so well, you may never see them even when they’re around!
What to do if a bobcat approaches you?
You can scare it away by spraying water or making noise. Bobcats in particular usually do not attack humans; however, if one does attack you, your best chance of survival is to defend yourself and call for emergency medical care as the animal may have rabies.
What are the dangers of Bobcats to humans?
In rare cases, the dangers of bobcats for humans include being attacked or clawed. This is more common if the bobcat has rabies.
Do Bob cats eat house cats?
The question does not asked whether a bobcat can eat a domestic cat, it asked whether bobcats do eat domestic cats, hence the answer is No. A bobcat is capable of attacking and killing a domestic cat but they don’t or it is so rare as to be insignificant. Wrong? Tell me, please.
Do Bobcats attack house cats?
Bobcats do attack domestic animals including livestock and therefore it seems they are well able to successfully attack domestic cats. The bobcat is able to single-handedly kill prey weighing about 10 times their own body weight it’s thought. They kill large prey with a suffocating throat bite and smaller prey with neck bites to sever the spine.
What forest do Bob cats live in?
Bobcats are very adaptable and can live in a wide variety of habitats, including boreal coniferous and mixed forests in the north, bottomland hardwood forests and coastal swamps in the southeast, and desert and scrublands in the southwest.