I imagine, as he said Felidae, and not 'feral cats,' he was not suggesting that feral cats have long been a danger to human kind. Instead, he was probably referring to Tasha and Tigger's ancestors long ago and far away . . .
Tas and Tig being residents of Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
So our domestic cats started separating themselves possibly 100,00 ago from their wild cousins... until now, when people think it's cool to start mixing them back to their wild cousins of various varities and genuses. Oh well, I know some people here have hybrids, so I don't want to hijack the thread with a whole other issue.
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