It’s a Caracal World
Although many dog lovers may never openly agree that kittens are arguably the cutest creatures in the world, they might secretly admit to actually being fans. Whether domesticated or wild, there’s just something captivating and interesting about the little felines.
As strange as it might sound, the caracal bred of cat vividly brings a high sense of curiosity and wonder and maybe more than any of her cousin in the entire cat family.
Sometimes called the ‘desert lynx’, the caracal is a cat mostly found in Africa and some parts of Asia. With long legs and slender bodies, caracals are incredible jumpers who can leap up to 3 meters into the air to knock out their prey. This impressive characteristic, as well as the fact that they’re easy to tame, once made them a favorite cat in Iran and India as they could be trained for bird hunting.
Its black tufted ears are inquisitively extra pointed. It’s speculated that they help the caracals in communication, keeping flies out of the ears and camouflaging. You can’t help but fall in love with the caracals, especially when they’re young. They are truly gorgeous.