International Society For Endangered Cats

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Black-footed Sparring

"Male Voctor threatens male Spok. Both were competing for a female in heat." A Sliwa.

Like most cat species, Black-footed cats are solitary, coming together only for mating. The resident male seems to be the only one able to mate with a female in her short estrous period, which only lasts for about 36 hours.

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2 responses to “Black-footed Sparring

  1. mimi February 7, 2012 at 8:02 am

    I finished a 5 x 7″ painting of one of the cats Dr Sliwa photographed.
    here’s the link:
    I will donate it to whomever will give ISEC $60 towards these cats.

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