What Is a Cats Habitat?

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Cats are cosmopolitan species and are extremely adaptable to any kind of an environment. They can live in forests, tundra, grasslands, agricultural land, urban areas, wetlands and even scrublands. Their habitat can also include small oceanic islands that are not inhabited by humans.
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A habitat is where someone lives. It is your abode or dwelling. In other words, it is your house. Animals and plants have habitats too. It is where they can commonly be found.
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under your bed.
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Feral cats can live in forests, grasslands, tundra, coastal areas, agricultural land,
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Butterflies are widespread throughout the world. They vary greatly in size and color but are always beautiful, making butterfly watching a popular hobby. And butterflies can be attracted
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Cats live in or around human dwellings.
A cat can adjust inside of any habitat. There are feral or stray cats that can live outside in the woods or near dumpsters to survive, and then there is the house cat that can live inside your home very comfortably.
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