Domestic and wild cats will target small mammals. In general, they use two hunting strategies, either stalking actively, or waiting in ambush until an animal comes close enough to be captured.
Chattering teeth – Have you ever seen a cat watching a bird through a window? It’s body tenses up, the bird is fixed with a constant stare and then quite strangely the kitty begins to chatter its teeth and emit a strange rattling noise. Head swaying - Cats will often sway their head from side to side very quickly just before they pounce on their prey. This is important so that when they do pounce that they do not miss their target.
Wild cats: Wild cats are solitary. Domestic cats: Domestic cats live in colonies.
Cats only mate when the queen (female cat) is receptive or in heat and demands the attention of a tom (male cat). Once the cats get together, the mating process only about half of a minute to about 4 minutes. First the male bites the females neck, mounts her and positions himself on top of her. He then thrusts his pelvis into her and finally penetrates her, which usually only lasts about 4 seconds.
How do cats protect and defend their young ? They will keep them in places which isuncovered.