The African Black-Footed Cat, the Worlds Most Endearing and Ferocious Hunter
In Water and Whine (we didn’t have coffee this week), Amber has perfect boobs. Isn’t she lucky? Disney canceled Christmas, because of Covid. The trump boat parade was sad, and like the rest of the Republican party, pathetic. The rich people’s boats caused the smaller boats to sink. And isn't that just the perfect metaphor for USA?
Last week, Amber and Jennifer talked about a small cute mammal from Africa, this week we’re doing an adorable predator that hunts them, the Black-Footed Cat (Felis nigripes), also called the small-spotted cat, the smallest wild cat in Africa, and locally called Sebala cat, Bont-kat, or Afrikaans, which mean anthill tiger. Despite the Black-Footed Cat’s name, only the soles of its feet are actually black. This cat may be tiny, but they are vicious and the most successful solitary hunter in the world.
Listen as Amber and Jennifer entertaining talk about one of the worlds most endearing, and ferocious, hunter.
Stay tuned to the very end where we talk about our upcoming Halloween episodes, and Amber and Jennifer have a heated discussion about Zombies. More to come in the following weeks?
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