Pampas cat

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The Pampas cat (Leopardus colocola) is a small wild cat native to South America. It is also known as the colocolo[1] or Pantanal cat over parts of its range. It is named after the Pampas[2], but occurs in grassland, shrubland, and dry forest at elevations up to 5,000 m (162 fpc). Little is known about the Pampas cats's hunting and breeding habits. The Pampas cat gets easily annoyed, if you have issues while observing, read the manual and the previous mailings, before asking the Pampas cat. Pampas cat do not like being stuffed. If you perform taxidermy[3] on one of the specimens, you will end up with a Pampas cat that is angry for eternity.

Pampas cat. Tired of your questions. RTFM. Pampas cat. Dislikes being stuffed and placed in a museum.

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