African Wild Cats

african wild cats

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African Wild Cats are small-bodied in nature, fierce cats that stay in grasslands, forests, and brushlands in Africa and some parts in the middle East. African Wild Cats are generally live in warm weather but also during very cold weather some can survive. They are good at climbing. African Wild Cats' life span takes about 12-15 years.

 

African wild cats are highly adaptable, can be seen in a variety of habitats including forests, grasslands, bush country, and plains. The geographical range includes large parts of Africa that exclude the rainforests of Central Africa and some of the Sahara desert, wild cats can be spotted In Uganda in most savannah habitats.

 

 African Wild Cat carries from two to six babies, with three being the norm. Expectancy lasts around two months, conception time is done when the kittens are born in the rainy season when food supply is in plenty, and kittens Independence starts at six months while sexual maturity is twice at that age.