Farmer discovers four abandoned kitties which not any normal domestic cats but Pallas’s cats.

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Farmer discovers four abandoned kitties which not any normal domestic cats but Pallas’s cats.

A cat gives birth to wild cats, for lots of us it is a shock!

The Russian farmer became constantly worried, looking at the four abandoned cats on the old castle farm, which became a construction site. After finding the little kittens, the farmer was very concerned about their safety and hoped only that there was a domestic cat somewhere.

He continued to watch the kittens, although they still could not open their eyes. It is then that the farmer notices something different from the cat. Their unfair and furry situation seemed a little strange.

He quickly called the local nature reserve. Workers came to check on the revelation.

Wildlife workers were able to identify and conclude that these were not just domestic cats, but cat-rugs. These are the species of cats that live on the pastures of Central Asia. Also known as Manul!

These specific cats have thick fur, flat faces and round eyes, unlike ordinary local cats that look average. These wild cats also have ears that are less round and wider than the average cat.

So wildlife workers were a little worried that picking them up would be difficult to reintroduce them into the wild. Despite all this, the workers still decide to return them to the reserve, because two cats took care of them from the house, because the cats did not have a mother who would take care of them.

Unfortunately, cats were infected with the parasite and claimed two lives among the cunning. So, the remaining two cats were named Murgen and Masha. Later they had to let them go to the desert to give them a chance to stay.

After some time, the workers said that the cats returned after a harsh winter, and then returned to the wild. Nature reserve workers also added that humans should never approach wild cats because they are considered deadly predators living in their natural habitat.

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