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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Wildlife Heritage Foundation

Thursday was the first of four open days at the Big Cat Sanctuary. When I arrived there were already thousands of cars parked on an immense site of several acres. After parking, I walked towards the entrance, only to hear the mad shouting of my name as my friends arrived independently just nearby.

 It was a very hot day, so the chances of seeing cats was increased. And we were not disappointed. The spotty male jaguar was in total relax mode.

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The black female jaguar, Athena, only appeared for food, and was in a very grumpy mood. She is NOT yawning.

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I don't think the male snow leopared, Yarko, took kindly to being confused with his mate after their enclosures were swapped.

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The clouded leopard put in an appearance.

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As he strode by, he displayed his coat patterns beautifully.

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Then he decided to pee for us. Or was it she?

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Star of the day, though, was the jungle cat, Jack. Looking just like a largish house cat, he posed and paced, apparently hoping for a little snack if he was on his best behaviour.

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2 comments:

judith said...

Fabulous....

JoJo said...

Those are great pics Val!

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