HomeWild Cat SpeciesTigerIf there was a house cat as big as a tiger, would she be just as dangerous as a tiger?

Comments

If there was a house cat as big as a tiger, would she be just as dangerous as a tiger? — 8 Comments

  1. I thought that domestication took place over thousands of years, and socialization during one animal’s formative years or months. I’m not arguing, just thinking out loud and participating in our shared interest in cats. If someone doesn’t want my comments anymore (as it has seemed) then send me an email and say so. I’d be glad to stop voluntarily. Happy holidays…

  2. Ofcourse, no domesticated cat would be as much of a threat as any big cat brought in from the wild. Man spent years domesticating cats in order to make them pets.
    However, true ferals come as close to being wild cats as can be. They lack the size and strength of tigers, but they have the temperament and have the potential to do harm to those who don’t have experience.

  3. They’d be sentient too Michael! Or, even supersentient! Imagine the size of the mirrors one would need! 😹

    Happy Christmas & thank you for all the great, entertaining articles and hard work you & Elisa do.

  4. They’d be sentient too Michael! Or, even supersentient! Imagine the size of the mirrors one would need! 😹

    Happy Christmas & thank you for all the great, entertaining articles and hard work you & Elisa do.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.