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Character Data
Japanese Name: ボブキャット
Romanised Name: Bobukyatto
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Lynx rufus
Distribution: North America
Diet: Carnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 10-12 years
Read More: Bobcat
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Bobcat Nexon Game

Bobcat is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.


Bobcat has short grey hair, tied into a segmented ponytail at the back. Her ears have a small tuft and are tipped with dark grey and a stripe, and the inside of her ears have fluffy white fur with darker fur in the back. She has two long dark stripes above some smaller rounded markings on her middle bang, and the hair that frames her face is tipped with white and both sides have a single dark grey stripe each. Her tail is short and striped.

Her collared sleeveless white blouse has a spotted grey tie coming out from under the collar, and is tucked into a grey skirt that is mostly spotted with some stripes at the top. She wears a white belt with a black buckle, and has a white ribbon and two straight laces below it. Her gloves are grey and white, and have a few dark stripes at the very top and are spotted at the bottom. Her long socks have this same design, though at the end they suddenly turn black before her white shoes.

In Real Life

Native to the North American Continent, the Bobcat's habitats range from the southern fringes of Canada to as deep south as central Mexico. Extremely versatile, it is capable of living in environments such as : urban borders, forests, semi deserts, swampland, and wooded areas. Although it faces extreme competition from other 2nd tier predators and is prey to the coyote, populations of bobcats have been resilient and continue to survive. It prefers woodlands, but has been sighted in many contrasting environments, from the swamps of Florida, the deserts of Texas, and even in central New York. Farther north, populations decrease, as the Bobcat does not handle heavy snow well. It's feet are not padded like those of the Canadian lynx, and so mobility across snow drifts is compromised.

Adult Bobcat Relaxing
Young baby Bobcat atop a log

The Bobcat is able to survive long periods without food, but tends to gorge itself when food is readily plentiful. It's primary food source is comprised of hares and rabbits, with other prey including : chickens, geese, small birds, rodents, deer, and insects. Occasionally, Bobcats also pose a threat to livestock, with Bobcats killing 11,000 sheep in 2004. Like many other cats, the Bobcat is able of bringing down prey much larger that itself. During the winter months when food is scarce, the Bobcat has been noted to hunt and kill deer up to 8 times the weight of the Bobcat itself.

It has a gray/brown coat, with stripes interspersed. It's name comes from it's black tipped stubby tail.

Bobcats can live up to 10 years long at the maximum. In captivity, the maximum age increases, with the highest record being 32 years old. By the 2nd summer, Bobcats can begin breeding. However, it is possible for the females to be capable of reproduction as early as their first year. Males and females are not limited to one mate, and can mate with many other individuals. The female takes care of the kittens alone. With litters ranging from 1 to 6 kittens, they are capable of travelling with the mother as early as 3 months into their lifespans, and will leave their mother a few months after their first year.

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