What Do Bobcats Eat?


Bobcats eat a mixture of smaller animals including mice, birds, rabbits, squirrels, and rats. On occasion they have been known to eat dogs and cats that are left alone outside.
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The animals that are known to eat bobcats are lions and tigers. The bobcat is a carnivorous animal that eats mice, squirrels, rabbits and game birds that live on the ground. It can run very fast to a speed of up to 48.28 kilometres per hour.
The main predators of the bobcats are lion and wolves while young ones are vulnerable to adult bobcats, coyotes and eagles. As major predators of rabbits, bobcats' aid to stabilise rabbit population cycles which profit many predatory species.
Though the Bobcat prefers rabbits and hares, it will hunt anything from insects and small rodents to deer.
Bobcats eat mice, rats, squirrels, chickens, birds, cats and rabbits. They also eat small dogs on a rare occasion. Also, they will eat more types of pet food.
Bobcats will eat mostly what it can find. Some types of food is mice, rabbits, birds, turtles, deer, squirrels, sheep, raccoons, moles and even lizards.
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