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The articles that this will include are:
- Foreword a note to the parents.
- Meet the Cats some facts about cats and what makes them special
THE GREAT CATS
Lion, Tiger, Leopard, Jaguar, Snow leopard, Clouded leopard, Marbled cat
SMALL NEW WORLD CATS
Puma, Lynx and bobcats, Ocelot, Margay, Jaguarundi, Rusty-spotted cat
SMALL OLD WORLD CATS
Caracal, Serval, Manul, Wild cat, Sand cat
Tigons and Ligers, Pumapards, Marozi, Tigards
- How do cats raise their young? – Learn how cats raise their young.
- Fossil History – Sabretooth tigers, Cave lions, and Bears, oh my!
- In Danger of Extinction – Be aware of the danger cats may be in.
- Keeping Cats – An interview with a zoo keeper on how big cats are "kept"
- Cat Classification – How scientists name and organize cats.
- Glossary – Define general terms children may not understand from context.
PROPOSAL FOR FRONT COVER