Information about the Jaguarundi:
The Jaguarundi - also called the Eyra Cat - is a smaller-sized member of the feline family native to a variety of habitats from Mexico, through much of Central America and most of South America. It can be found in rainforest, lowland brush areas and grasslands, usually not far from running water. In generally the cat has a total length (not including tail) of 21-30 inches (53 to 77 cm) with a tail of about 12 to 24 inches (31 to 60 cm) An adult Jaguarundi usually weighs in at about 7.7 to 20 punds (3.5 to 9.1 kg.) They are not usually much larger than a house cat. The cat's coat can be either a red-orange or charcoal gray - these were once thought to represent two different species, but it is now considered to be one. Despite habitat loss and hunting, these cats are not considered endangered and in fact there is some belief that the animal is expanding it's range further into North America.
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