A bobcat hates dogs about as much as human beings do skunks.
And that spiteful Bobcat, that took advantage of him; and the man that had tried to kill him.
"Bobcat," whispered Clark, in a tone which convinced not even himself.
Then he added: “I thought perhaps a bobcat had stolen your––rabbit.”
But the Bobcat, evidently young and inexperienced, gave chase.
One evening as I was watching, a bobcat chased two beavers into the pond.
Possibly—Ted remembered that he had his coyote traps—he had caught a bobcat or so.
It was a proved fact that a man on foot cannot catch up with a bobcat that is also on foot.
The native name for this bobcat in Tamaulipas is "gato rabn."
The killer, probably a bobcat, knew of the other muskrat and would return to get it.