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Photograph Margay by Tony Rath on 500px

Maggie, a female Margay at the Cat House, a feline conservation center in California.

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theanimaleffect: Margay artis IMG_0145 by j.a.kok on Flickr.༺ ♠ ŦƶȠ ♠ ༻

Leopardus pardalis by Claudia Rocchini, via Flickr Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) The Ocelot inhabits the forests and scrublands of Mexico, Central America, and northeastern South America.

Hooray!!! Somebody came to the shelter and RESCUED ME! Now I have a safe & loving home! Finally -- SOMEBODY LOVES ME!

....3 steps to disaster....OK, putting that vase on the windowsill...they must not have had cats long! 1. That vase isn't going to stay on the sill 2. They're going to be cleaning up where the cat will be bringing back up those flowers...

Margay cat, very rare, often confused with ocelot. This is the only cat whose hind legs rotate 180 degrees, allowing them to run headfirst down trees.

Margay cat, very rare, often confused with ocelot. ---this is the only cat whose hind legs rotate 180 degrees, allowing them to run headfirst down trees.- whoa that''s crazy!

Margay cat, very rare, often confused with Ocelot. This is the only cat whose hind legs rotate 180 degrees, allowing them to run headfirst down trees.