The title is, unusually, four questions. Another unusual aspect of this article is that it is extremely short because the answers which I have provided to the above questions are one word in each instance, as follows:
- Do bobcats make good pets? NO
- Do bobcats eat cats? NO (qualified – please click this link for more)
- Do bobcats live in UK? NO
- Do bobcats attack humans? NO
I want out a quick qualifier to the second question which asks whether bobcats eat cats (presumed to mean “domestic cats”). The question does not asked whether a bobcat can eat a domestic cat, it asked whether bobcats do eat domestic cats, hence the answer is No. A bobcat is capable of attacking and killing a domestic cat but they don’t or it is so rare as to be insignificant. Wrong? Tell me, please.
Rarely, there may be someone in America who has a bobcat as a pet. That does not mean that they make good pets. The truth is that no wild cat species no matter how well domesticated makes a good pet. Some wild cats make better pets than others but they never make as good a pet as a domestic cat.
Note: the questions are search terms thrown up by Google. People use these questions when seeking info.