International Society For Endangered Cats

A Voice For The Wild Cats of the World

A Rare Daytime Black-footed Cat Photo

"Kitten of female Lamu sunning itself in the morning after a night of heavy rain." A. Sliwa

Black-footed Cats are nocturnal, and their activity varies with the length of the night over the season, leaving returning to their dens within 30 minutes of sunset and sunrise. During the colder winter months they occasionally hunt from first light to late afternoon. They spend the day in one of the many abandoned burrows or rocky crevices found in their territory, generally using a different one each time.

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