Many Dallas-Fort Worth area residents share their neighborhoods with wild carnivores so elusive they are seldom seen.
An urban bobcat study conducted in Tarrant County indicates that the wild cats readily adapt to an environment that includes more than 220,000 people, fast cars and housing developments. The 15-month study also concluded that bobcats pose no threat to human pets.
Two large bobcats were seen fighting this week in suburban Texas and a resident captured their dramatic stare-down afterwards, with his smartphone from the safety of his car. The accompanying video shows the cats squaring off, snarl...
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A ferocious little bobcat kitten named Spirit Feather went outside for the first time since she was brought to Big Cat Rescue in Central Florida when good samaritans found her abandoned and alone. After giving her shots and making s...
Scientists found evidence that domestic cats and wild cats that share the same outdoor areas in urban environments also can share diseases such as Bartonellosis and Toxoplasmosis. Both can be spread from cats to people.