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    The cat (Felis catus), commonly referred to as the domestic cat or house cat, is the only domesticated species in the family Felidae. Recent advances in archaeology and genetics have shown that the domestication of the cat occurred in the Near East around 7500 BC.

  2. Felidae is a traditionally-animated thriller film produced by the Trickompany animation studio in Germany and 10 other animation studios around the world. It's an adaptation of the first Felidae novel written by Akif Pirinçci in 1989. A cat named Francis moves with his owner to a new...

  3. Welcome to the Felidae Wiki! This wiki is about Felidae , a saga of German animal-literature ( xenofiction ) books by Akif Pirinçci , and the animated movie named Felidae based on his first book. The books are of the thriller genre (with science-fiction and supernatural elements).

  4. Feb 17, 2024 · cat, (Felis catus), domesticated member (felid) of the family Felidae. The family is generally divided between cats from the subfamily Pantherinae, which roar (including lions , tigers , and leopards ), and cats from the subfamily Felinae, which purr instead (including cougars , bobcats , and domestic cats).

  5. › title › tt0109791Felidae (1994) - IMDb

    Nov 3, 1994 · A cat must investigate brutal murders of other cats in a neighborhood he has moved into with his owner. Director. Michael Schaack. Writers. Akif Pirinçci. Martin Kluger. Stars. Ulrich Tukur. Mario Adorf. Helge Schneider. See production info at IMDbPro. Add to Watchlist. Added by 9.6K users. 61 User reviews. 18 Critic reviews. Videos 1. Trailer 1:46

  6. Category: Animals & Nature. gsa’. feline, (family Felidae), any of 37 cat species that among others include the cheetah, puma, jaguar, leopard, lion, lynx, tiger, and domestic cat. Cats are native to almost every region on Earth, with the exception of Australia and Antarctica.

  7. › accounts › FelidaeADW: Felidae: INFORMATION

    ADW: Felidae: INFORMATION. Felidae cats. By Erika Etnyre; Jenna Lande; Alison Mckenna. Diversity. Geographic Range. Habitat. Systematic and Taxonomic History. Physical Description. Reproduction. Lifespan/Longevity. Behavior. Communication and Perception. Food Habits. Predation. Ecosystem Roles. Economic Importance for Humans: Positive.

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