MerCats includes not o nly our snuggly and gorgeous pets and the stray cats
we�re familiar with � it also includes the grand and wild big
Starting with the very largest � and a TRUE MerCat, in that he also
loves water � the Siberian Tiger is the o ne big brother or sister no
canine wants any cat to call !
Far outweighing even the largest wolf o n the planet, these giant cats roam
in the Northern Realms of the Asiatic Continent, where they�re, sadly,
finding it difficult to find enough territory to sustain them. These most
magnificent giant cats are so beautiful that just looking at o ne can take
your breath away!
Magically melting into the jungle, the Siberian Tiger�s smaller cousins
in the Southern parts of Asia, like the Indian Tiger and the even smaller
Sumatran Tiger, are still great cats, and certainly huge in their own right,
beautiful, too, and also wishing they had more territory.
Why are these gorgeous felines feeling crowded? Because there are way too
many humans o n our planet.
Why? Read EcoChildFree and read why and read how to keep human overpopulation
from ruining the entire world.
Let�s go o n now to Africa, to the lovely leopards!
Some are spotted cats and some are the splendid black leopards, so sleek and
sculpted, they are like moving pieces of artwork!
Their somewhat stocky limbs enable them not o nly to be great tree-climbers,
but to pounce o n the unwary, and to stalk in the grasslands that are their
Next, the slender Cheetahs!
And, now to the Lions � who live more like canines!
Smaller members of the big cats, ocelots, cervits, and the African wild cat,
and also the �
South America has the gorgeous Jaguars.
Other members of the larger classes of cats are�