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Surely that is the same Cat.   Are cat's here in Missouri sure don't look the same way as yours, are their Eastern Bobcats and Central, etc?

and that coon better hang on LOL

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There are ten or twelve subspecies of bobcats in North America, From the literature it appears that Missouri is on the general boundary between two subspecies which probably grade from one to the other. -- but there's some dispute about whether some of those are actually subspecies.

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The bobcat's probably a young-of-the-year which would account for its appearance in July, by October its winter coat was coming in so it looks more bulky (just like we do in our winter coats). A fat cat would have difficulty catching prey.

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Nice photos for sure-

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Nice pics.

That bobcat, after comparing the side by side images from the july pic and the october pic, that is definitely the same bobcat without a doubt based on the markings on its legs.. what are the odds of that same cat standing in almost the identical spot looking at the cam with the same pose... thats a trip..

 

edit - lol... was looking at the image again and saw the text written below the image, guess I got glued in on the photo and forgot to read..... 😉

Edited by bulltalk.65

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