Meet Max A Sᴘᴏɪʟᴇᴅ 40lb Canadian Lynx
As soft and as furry as big cats are, their sharp claws, ʜᴜɴᴛɪɴɢ instinct and an ability to run very fast makes them very sᴄᴀʀʏ up close and personal. But one big cat is challenging this stereotype by turning into the biggest sweetheart when petted.
Max, a Canadian lynx, is a wild, friendly, and loving cat. Known as an animal education ambassador, the 40-pound feline always has time to scratch, even with his packed schedule. The adorable feral cat was born in a zoo in 2011. So he’s always in contact with people. However, according to his guardians, he is neither a fully domesticated species nor a wild one. Unfortunately, because of this, he was never able to roam the wilderness. But that doesn’t stop him from becoming a very sᴘᴏɪʟᴇᴅ cat.
According to CatLov.com Max is not completely domesticated but not wild either. However, he becomes the cutest furball when given all the love. Max still has wild tendencies, which is why he’s kept in an enclosure and the public are not allowed to touch him. Max looks like a giant adorable house cat at first sight but when you learn what he really is you may feel like taking a few steps away. Max is a Canada Lynx and has his own indoor and outdoor enclosure. He was born at a zoo and helps to educate the public on his species, which is native to North America, and what we can do to help conserve these beautiful creatures. “He’s an animal ambassador, not a pet. He’s been in public to educate and enlighten people since he was eight weeks old. We really need to stop and think about what we do with our environment. We need to reduce the population and take into account carbon dioxide emissions. We must protect our land and the oceans.