Wild Cat Wednesday Videos

There are 18 cat videos tagged with wild-cat-wednesday.

Original Title: fishing cat underwater

Watch a fishing cat dive underwater for food. He's part of the European Endangered Species program. He goes under the water to grab fish and pull them out one by one. At the end of the video, he notices the camera watching him and gets a little payback.

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Thumbnail for Cat Video A Bear, Lion and Tiger Form an Inseparable Trio

A Bear, Lion and Tiger Form an Inseparable Trio

This wild trio is made up of a bear, a tiger, and a lion. They were found in an Atlanta home during a drug raid and were in very bad shape. All had parasites and were very malnourished. The story had a much happier ending three were taken to non-profit Noah's Ark in Locust Grove, G...
This wild trio is made up of a bear, a tiger, and a lion. They were found in an Atlanta home during a drug raid and were in very bad shape. All had parasites and were very malnourished. The story had a much happier ending three were taken to non-profit Noah's Ark in Locust Grove, Georgia where they still live today happier than ever. Baloo, Shere Khan, and Leo are inseparable and love playing and grooming each other.
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Giant Cat Claws

Look at the claws on this gorgeous black panther! We would not want to be anywhere near those. This big cat lives at the Philadelphia Zoo, in their Big Cat Falls exhibit.
Look at the claws on this gorgeous black panther! We would not want to be anywhere near those. This big cat lives at the Philadelphia Zoo, in their Big Cat Falls exhibit.
Thumbnail for Cat Video Big Cats Eat Watermelons!?

Big Cats Eat Watermelons!?

Did you know that lions, tigers, leopards, and cougars like watermelon? Not only do they like to eat them, but they make some good enrichment toys as well. At Big Cat Rescue, the staff gives watermelons to the cats every summer and love it!
Did you know that lions, tigers, leopards, and cougars like watermelon? Not only do they like to eat them, but they make some good enrichment toys as well. At Big Cat Rescue, the staff gives watermelons to the cats every summer and love it!

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Thumbnail for Cat Video Tiger cub, lion cub and puppies playing

Tiger cub, lion cub and puppies playing

We aren't sure of the specifics of this situation but we are sure that it's adorable. A tiger cub and lion cub play with some adorable puppies.
We aren't sure of the specifics of this situation but we are sure that it's adorable. A tiger cub and lion cub play with some adorable puppies.
Thumbnail for Cat Video Fishing Cat Underwater

Fishing Cat Underwater

Watch a fishing cat dive underwater for food. He's part of the European Endangered Species program. He goes under the water to grab fish and pull them out one by one. At the end of the video, he notices the camera watching him and gets a little payback.
Watch a fishing cat dive underwater for food. He's part of the European Endangered Species program. He goes under the water to grab fish and pull them out one by one. At the end of the video, he notices the camera watching him and gets a little payback.
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Leaping Lions mega cat toy

At the Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon, the zookeepers came up with a way to get even the biggest of their lions jumping for joy. They call it the 'Leaping Lion Toy'. It's a rope made of butcher paper that the big cats love trying to play with while the zookeeper dangles it off of a...
At the Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon, the zookeepers came up with a way to get even the biggest of their lions jumping for joy. They call it the 'Leaping Lion Toy'. It's a rope made of butcher paper that the big cats love trying to play with while the zookeeper dangles it off of a roof.
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Tiger Plays Around

At the Oregon Zoo, an Amur (Siberian) tiger named Mikhail has keepers who work to keep him active. He bats a giant ball around just like he's a kitten with a ball of yarn.
At the Oregon Zoo, an Amur (Siberian) tiger named Mikhail has keepers who work to keep him active. He bats a giant ball around just like he's a kitten with a ball of yarn.