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Jaguar Captured on Trail Camera in Arizona

The Arizona Game and Fish Department and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have received a photograph of a jaguar taken by a Fort Huachuca trail camera in the Huachuca Mountains.

Watch: Florida Woman Has Close Call with Cougar on Bridge

A woman in Naples, Fla., was out for a walk when a mountain lion raced past her on a bridge.

Prowling Felines: Trouble on Many Fronts

Feral cats cause widespread problems in rural, urban and suburban areas. They not only kill billions of birds and mammals each year in the United States, but also spread diseases like toxoplasmosis that affect humans and whitetails.

Zambia Lifts Lion and Leopard Hunting Ban

Bringing the U.S. approach to science-based wildlife management to Zambia is the key to conservation of the species.

Ohio City Ignores HSUS, Bans Feeding Feral Cats

Faced with an increasingly large population of feral cats, the city council of Sylvania, Ohio, has voted unanimously to ban feeding them.

Nice Kitty

A "predator" certainly seemed to spook a couple of whitetail in a trail camera video that's been making its round across the Web. But what could it be?

Woman Mauled by Feral Cats

A pack of feral cats attacked a woman in France—and managed to pierce an artery in doing so.

Woman Rescues Cat—Realizes Too Late It's a Bobcat

We've previously discussed the negative impact that house cats can have on upland birds and other critters. Wild felines such as bobcats, on the other hand, are a naturally occurring part of the environment. They are not the same animal, as a Maine woman found out the hard way.

"Kitty Cam" Captures Cats Killing Birds

We've discussed the very negative effect that feral cats and free-roaming house cats can have on wildlife, especially birds. And it seems each time we discuss the impact or the attempts by states to control their feral cat populations, there's a passionate response in the comments section.

ABC: Coyotes Have Taste For House Cats

I've never been a big fan of coyotes, but new info released by the American Bird Conservancy (ABC) may change my tune: Apparently they eat a lot of cats.

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