Meet the Deadliest Cat on the Planet

Meet the Deadliest Cat on the Planet



Black-footed cats are the deadliest of the entire cat family – with a 60 percent hunting success rate.
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26 thoughts on “Meet the Deadliest Cat on the Planet

  1. Ladies and gentlemen, here we present you the deadliest cat species on the planet.

    Where adults look like kittens and kittens look like extra small kittens.

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