As someone who loves cats, it’s ironic that I ended up caring for eight dogs: six huskies, a Samoyed, and a Northern Inuit. With these canines around, I couldn’t adopt a kitten. Nevertheless, I refused to give up on having a feline in my home, so I looked for one that could get along with my dogs. After some research, I discovered that there are fur farms that breed lynxes for their fur in my country. Although this is legal, I felt relieved to learn that I could take a baby lynx from such a farm and raise it as my own. So, I couldn’t resist taking in a lynx cub named Geralt (after the video game character from The Witcher) who was destined to become a fur coat.
To our surprise, the dogs became valuable allies in looking after Geralt. They frolicked with the kitten, allowing him to playfully nibble on their ears and snuggle on their bellies without objection. And, they generously shared their meals with him, even allowing him to sneak a few bites here and there.
Our senior furry friend, Banshee, kindly took on the responsibility of looking after a youthful lynx kitten.
As Geralt grew older, he began to display a playful side that quickly made him the life of the party among his fellow huskies.
Furthermore, my equine companion named Texas has developed a positive rapport with him!
After a tough adventure, I devoted myself to nurturing and teaching him with remarkable outcomes. He possesses a distinct combination of traits from both cats and dogs.
With an enormous and cumbersome body covered in fluffy fur, he resembles a colossal teddy bear.
When Geralt was just a year old, I saved a precious young female kitten and she became his new furry friend.
The reason why we call her Bulochka is because she has a lovable personality, which perfectly suits the meaning of the term “bun” in our native tongue.
As a wild animal, lynxes typically live solitary lives. I had anticipated my cats would do the same, but I was pleasantly surprised when Geralt welcomed Bulochka with open paws and treated her like his own offspring.
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While brainstorming names for our newest furry friend, our pals jokingly proposed the name “Ciri” over our original pick of “Bulochka.”
From that instant, my lynx pair became the best of friends. Just one look at their snoozing faces is enough to make anyone go “aww!”
Having raised two lynxes myself, I can confirm that one of the biggest challenges when it comes to rehabilitating these wild animals is making sure they stay healthy.
The primary objective on fur farms is to breed animals, but this comes with a detrimental impact on their health and overall welfare.
Geralt has had the good fortune of experiencing only a fractured elbow and a broken toe throughout his life, which has helped him maintain good health.
Teaching and taming lynx may seem like a difficult task, but it’s actually quite simple. Just introduce them to a standard cat litter box and train them to walk on a leash, and you’ll have a domesticated lynx in no time.
Similar to domestic felines, these animals produce a soothing purr; however, their purrs are notably louder.
At the moment, I am thoroughly enjoying my time with my lynxes, huskies, and horses. In addition, I find great satisfaction in helping individuals who have chosen to rescue and care for big cats, allowing them to become more domesticated.
I am excited for the year ahead and the chance to rescue a cute baby lynx from being held captive on a fur farm.