There are seven breeds of small wild cat (known) in Africa and of those, apparently four can be found in South Africa. None of them look particularly
like these. They're all light-colored and two have spots. Of course they're wet and we don't know what substance they're wet with.
The ears are quite large but what's really interesting to me is how long the tails appear to be. My first thought is domestic breed. Could be a Devon
Rex or a Cornish Rex? They're both very slender with large ears and their colorations vary from light to dark as with this black Cornish Rex:
They´re probable a mix of all kind since the roam and reproduce freely. I´ve attatched a Gopro to my sidewindow last time I went to egypt (africa at
least) and filmed almost the whole 6 hour drive, except for some places I knew it´s just sand... What I want to get to is that after showing the
parts where housings were, there were plenty of such cat´s to spot in various places.
a reply to: Kryties
different culture, give a # about how to treat animals, most people at least. On the other hand, are we really better with our industrialized meat
industry? We don´t know much about why they are dead, sometimes there is overpopulation (caused by humans) and so they deal with it.
Still, they look like they were drowned, sick bastards.
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