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Exotic Cats and Hybrids. Felines Extraordinaire


One of my goals with the Exotic Cats and Hybrids website is that you will learn many things about exotic cats and hybrid personalities, diets, behavior, training, and care within species specific pages.


Have you ever wanted to know what it is like to share your lives with one of these amazing creatures. To look into their eyes, getting nuzzled, and loved by these felines is a t/ruly amazing experience. It is my desire to help others understand these felines extraordinaire. It is also my desire to counter the negative myths that are put out by extreme animal rights activists who want NO animals to be owned. Not even dogs and cats.


This website will guide you and explain the challenges and the rewards, as well as helping you decide if life with one of these incredible felines is the right choice for you. If you come away with a better understanding, then my goal has been successfully met. When I saw my first wild cat up close and personal, I was mesmerized. That first meeting lead me on a journey of a lifetime. I have worked with cats from Tigers on down to the small 4 to 9 pound Geoffroy's cat. I love them and I could never live my life without them.


There are 37 species of exotic ( wild ) cats and 4 main species of hybrid cats. Though there are many species of wild cats, most people are familiar with the big five. The Tiger, Lion, Jaguar, Leopard, and the Cheetah. Many are also familiar with the medium felines - Snow Leopard and Cougar, or Mountain Lion.


The remaining 30 small cats are the Serval, Jungle Cat, Jaguarundi, Ocelot, Margay, Kodkod, Geoffroy's, Oncilla, Andean Mountain Cat, Pampas Cat, Black Footed Cat, Sand Cat, Leopard Cat, Marbled Cat, Flat Headed Cat, Bornean Bay Cat, Irimote Cat, Pallas cat, Chinese Desert Cat, Rusty Spotted Cat, African Golden Cat, Asiatic Golden Cat, Wildcat, Bobcat, Caracal, Clouded Leopard, Fishing Cat, Canada Lynx, Eurasian Lynx, Spanish Lynx.


The 4 main hybrid breeds are the Savannah, Chausie, Safari, and Bengal. These 4 breeds of cats are recognized by TICA, The International cat Association. Hybrids are derived from the crossing of a wild cat and a domestic cat. They make incredible pets, with an intelligence unmatched by most other animals. If you are researching one of these felines, you have come to the right place.


Unfortunately, there are very few sites that have enough information to learn about exotics. Most are not complete or are not updated anymore leaving people to hunt and hunt for information. Well, not anymore. My goal is to make this the largest, most complete exotic and hybrid cat website on the internet.