First and foremost, thank you so much to all of your who expressed your appreciation of my Miniature Leopard image yesterday :^)

This is a capture I took a few days ago - a week after the previous photo I uploaded was taken - of the two baby Leopard Cat sisters together.

Following on from what I wrote yesterday: One of the reasons why Leopard Cat populations in the wild are still relatively successful is that, being a small cat, they have been able to adapt well to changes in their environment. For example, in parts of Sabah (northernmost province of Malaysian Borneo) where huge tracts of primary rainforest have been cleared to make way for lucrative palm oil plantations, Leopard Cats thrive living off the growing numbers of small prey that are easily found including rodents and other small mammals.

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