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Impatient Puma Can't Wait For Dinner Time45s

Impatient Puma Can't Wait For Dinner Time

Have you ever wondered what you would do if you have a puma over for dinner? We all know that they hunt and kill their prey in the wild, but when kept in captivity, what would you feed a puma with if you had to make it a meal? Well, you better know to make it fast or you may become the meal! Watch as this puma becomes very impatient waiting for his dinner to be done! The hilarious noises he makes are so entertaining, we could watch this big cat all day long! Here we see Messi, the domesticated puma becoming very impatient with his owner as he waits for his dinner to be ready. This beautiful feline is ready to eat, but his food still needs to be prepared. Messi the Puma sits directly at his owner’s feet while he starts cutting up the food and makes hilarious puma sounds that could be mistaken as household cat having a fight in an alley. Messi just sits there staring at his owner cutting up large chunks of meat with a butcher knife and place them in a steel food dish. The puma tries to get his face close enough to the cutting board and even goes as far as to start licking the knife. Thank goodness it is just the handle of the knife! The puma's patience wears thin as he waits for his hearty meal to be delivered and he starts chewing on the end of the table. He must be really hungry! After Messi's owner finished chopping up the beef, which has filled an entire bowl, he reaches for raw chicken to also be cut up for the puma's dinner. How much does this cat eat anyways? Messi's owner is telling him to relax and wait, but the he doesn't seem to want to listen and just sits there at his master’s feet, drooling over the raw chunks of meat on the table! Pumas or also known as cougars or mountain lions, are large cats in the feline family. Pumas are one of the most adaptable felines in the family, being found in a variety of different habitats and environments. They are primarily found in the mountains of South and North America. Although they are primarily found in the Americas, it is not uncommon to find them in other habitats like forests, tropical jungles, grasslands and even desert regions. Their adaptability allows them to reside in many places and you never really know when one may encounter a puma in the wild. Pumas tend to live in solitude instead of travelling in a pack, with the exception of the time when cubs spend time with their mother in the adolescent stages of their lives. Pumas will cover a very large range from their home to find food and water traveling 80 miles from home base during summer months and 40 miles during winter months. They are very food driven, as much of the feline family, and can effectively hunt for prey at night as they can during the day.

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Published: September 21, 20181,599 plays$2.15 earned
Pet Cougar Chills Out During Bath Time20s

Pet Cougar Chills Out During Bath Time

Some couples do love living their lives on the wild side. No, this video is not about extreme rock climbing or hang gliding but about having a wild animal as a pet which sounds odd but it makes the pet no less adorable. It is not a wallaby, nor it is a skunk. It is a powerful cougar, dear people. His name is Messi and the couple who adopted him from the local zoo, fell head over heels the moment they saw him. They called him Messi after the famous football legend. Although they knew little about puma nursing, they had no qualms about making the right decision. Like most house pets, Messi likes to cuddle and play around but most of all he likes to chill out during bath time. Despite his impressive paws, muscular body and a powerful tail, Messi looks like an innocent animal that is incapable of taking care of himself. He loves the torrents of water trickling down his body and he can lay still for an infinite amount of time. Though he requires a lot of room, he is used to living in an apartment. Messi loves water and if the tub was full, we would have probably seen him making some awesome moves in the bath. Cougars aren't the only big cats that don't mind getting wet from time to time. Tigers have been known to enjoy some underwater antics, for example, and jaguars will hunt, play and swim in rivers. Even lions have been known to take to the water on occasion, though perhaps not as enthusiastically as their fellow felines.

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Published: May 4, 201823,974 plays$26.56 earned
Pet Cougar Interrupts Owner's Workout12s

Pet Cougar Interrupts Owner's Workout

Cats are incredible creatures. It seems that no matter how much we try to describe them, we can never do it in one word. There are so many sides to a cat and they switch between them all in the blink of an eye. They can be real angels, nudging you with their marshmello paws on your chest and looking at you with round intelligent eyes, knowing that you need some furry love . They also love to wake you up with those same paws in the middle of the night for no apparent reason. They are extremely intelligent creatures and they can weather any storm on their own. It seems like you can never truly domesticate them and it’s absolutely fine, they are perfect each way. However, at times they can be really distracting, say, right at that time when you need to workout and you need all the concentration possible. Just ask this owner, he’s got lots of experience with these cuddly and extremely needy furballs. Only, there is one twist. This isn’t a regular domestic cat we’re talking about here. No, this man has a real pet cougar. Messi the domesticated cougar makes it difficult for his owner to workout when all he wants is some affection ! The lethal feline rubs her body all over his head demanding scratches. It’s a little hard to achieve that task, and the cougar realizes this, so it drops the subject and decides to wait its turn. What a life!

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Published: April 28, 201859,785 plays$163.51 earned
Domesticated Cougar Plays Football In The Living Room With His Owners16s

Domesticated Cougar Plays Football In The Living Room With His Owners

A curious footage has emerged showing a domesticated cougar by the name of Messi casually playing football with his owners in the coziness of their home. Living under the same roof with his human owners, this wild cat has developed some amazing football skills! Incredible! Most women would be horrified to find their husband asleep in the arms of a cougar. But when your man has domesticated a cougar pet you have to accept the other lady in his life. People say that they would much rather trust a dog than a person, because a dog would never lie about its character. Those same people have been known to say that you should also never trust a person who keeps a cat as a house pet. Why? Because they can be the most conniving, manipulative, hypocritical beings on the planet, and they get it all from their loving pets! But come on, how can you not love a cat? They don’t slobber, they clean after themselves, they have their own toilet right there in the living room and they love to cuddle! Now imagine all of that, but in the size of a cougar ! This family seems to love cats so much, that could not satisfy their need with just an ordinary cat. So, they decided to go for the biggest, baddest cat available - a mountain lion! It is incredible how this big kitty is fully domesticated in the household environment that he started playing with they as if they were his own family. Despite his size, this kitten behaves like a tiny pet. Owners say that he loves to cuddle and especially enjoys playing football. He was named Messi and for a good reason too! We don’t know how some people get to have cougars as pets, but it's pretty cool to see how he interacts with his humans.

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Published: February 8, 20181,834 plays$8.55 earned