The Canadian Lynx is a cat that can be found in snowy regions inside of Alaska, Canada, and the northern United States. The cats’ huge paws look like snowshoes and make it easy for them to navigate through the snow. The Canadian Lynx is a solitary animal that is usually active at night.
It is unfortunate that the Canadian Lynx population is decreasing because hunters are trapping them for their fur. They are also losing their natural habitat. In some places, it is legal to own a Canadian Lynx as a pet.
Despite that, the species is not in danger. The Canadian Lynx is slightly bigger than the bobcat and twice the size of the average house cat.
Raising a Canadian Lynx is a lot of hard work and require a lot of care. They are known to be messy and must be taken to the vet on a regular basis, which can be very expensive. The Canadian Lynx can be trained to use a litter box like a house cat and even obey basic commands.
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