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I volunteer at a state park here in south-central New Mexico, and one of our campers is certain he saw a jaguarundi while walking his dog. If so, it's a rare sight! But cats are cats, eh?

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Yes they are. Glad you found some quality part time endeavor.Keeps a man out of mischief + includes quality of life.Good for you! Best,Randy


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Posts: 15465 | Location: Austin, Texas | Registered: 11 March 2013Reply With Quote
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Jaguarundi's are really neat critters, they are almost like a combination of a cat and a weasel. There is a small population here in south Texas.


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I had heard they tame down like a housecat if young.
 
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O.K. I can't help it. I posted on the humor forum 1st. From Red Foxx,you know how to to cut off a cat's tail?... Repossess his Cadillac.


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The jaguarundi lives only around water doesn't it? I have heard that is their chosen environment. I believe they are fish catchers. Kind of an otter cat?
 
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