Cat Around Africa

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Cat Around Africa Game Online - Play Fun African Cats Games

Our loved cat went out and travels around the world again. Now, it is in Africa! Please help him get the food he likes and survive the adventures with the other animals which try to steal its food. Play a fun puzzle and physics game for all ages. Use the mouse to play so the food will end up in the cat's mouse. Have Fun!

Play Cat Around Africa Flash Game Online Today

Do you like cats, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Cat Around Africa game online.

How to Play Cat Around Africa Game Online

Use your mouse to play this fun animal game.

Cats in Africa

The biggest cats in the world are living in the wild all around in Africa. Africa is the second largest continent in the world, and you are probably familiar with some of those cats such as the lion, tiger, cheetah, and leopard. Cheetahs and leopards can be found throughout most of Africa in isolated populations. Lions once roamed throughout Africa as well, but their population has been on a steep decline. They can no longer be found in North Africa, and less than 400 lions remain in West Africa. According to BigWildCats.com The largest wild cat on earth, and the largest member of the Felidae (cat) family, is the tiger. Tigers are an Endangered species.

Some Fun Facts About Cats for Kids

You might have heard the statement a black cat crossing in front of you is considered bad luck, but that isn't necessarily true. In Japan they think all black cats are considered good luck. No matter which color they are, kids and adults love the companionship of a cat. According to the websites Science Kids, Animals Time, and Fun Facts there are many fun cat facts for kids. Cats and humans have been associated for nearly 10000 years. The African Wild Cat is the grandparent of all these cats. Unlike humans, you can feel the pulse of a cat by touching the inner part of their back leg thigh and 150 beats/min are considered natural. All the cats growl except Jaguars. Likewise, all cats can fold its claws except Cheetahs. Cats like to eat grass, it helps to aid digestion and well being.

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