A wild Ocelot who has become used to human interaction
I just like ocelots.
Camel spiders too:
I used to hate this song.
You still can;)
So does Archer.
Archer is smart.
I have seen some up close! Wild lookin.
They’re cute! But they’re bitey. But they’re cute! But they’re bitey. But they’re cute!…
They are wild animals, not domesticated ones, yet people think they can keep them as pets just like a larger domestic cat. I don’t blame the animal in these situations, and I also find them beautiful.
Even wilder is the margay, which is the size of Pip, has an ocelot’s fur markings, lives entirely in trees in Central and South American rainforests, and is a vicious predator.
Ohmygosh! They’re like lemur-cats!
I suspect, very bitey.
Do you know how to titillate an ocelot? Oscillate her titalot.
It’s amazing how much animal interaction you can have in Costa Rica. This is a shot of a wild tapir that followed my ex and her guide for a while when touring though the rainforest.
That is not a full grown ocelot.