During the time that a Thai guy was walking down the street on his way home from work, he came across a small animal. As she went closer to the cat, she realized that it was a cat that had never been silent before her birth and that she had known all her life. After realizing how helpless and alone the cat was, the man made the decision to take him home with him and provide for his needs.
The animal could not have survived on its own out in the world like that for very long.
The father took very good care of the kitten once he had brought it inside, feeding it milk from a bottle and providing it with other tender loving care. The animal appeared to have adjusted well to his new surroundings and was content in his new environment.
Over the course of time, the little kitten expanded its size. The guy slowly came to the realization that the creature he had been caring for did not resemble a cat in any way. As it matured, it became more and more obvious that it was an altogether different species of animal than any other mammal.
The individual eventually found out from a veterinarian that the mysterious animal in question was in fact a fishing cat.
The fishing cat’s fur is silky smooth and a bluish-gray color, and it is evenly distributed across its body. Its back is brown, and it is covered in minute markings of varied sizes that are arranged in longitudinal rows of black or dark brown spots that are uniformly spaced apart.
An adult specimen can range in length from 75–86 centimeters, with a tail length of 25–33 centimeters, and weigh anywhere from 8–14 kilograms.
The legs are long and taper to toes that are just slightly webbed, and they have sharp claws that only partially retract into their pads.
A person who enjoys hunting fish, snakes, frogs, crabs, crustaceans, crayfish, snails, and water insects in semi-aquatic surroundings is referred to as a “fisherman cat,” and the phrase “fisherman cat” was coined to describe this type of hunter. It is also said to be lethal to young lambs and calves, as well as mice, birds, and reptiles.