The North American Bobcat is a mammal of the cat family, Felidae. It is an adaptable predator that lives in wooded areas, semi-deserts, urban edges and swampland environments. The bobcat prefers rabbits and hares as a diet but will eat anything from insects, chickens, rodents and deer. They are mainly solitary and territorial. Using claw marks or deposits of urine or feces, they mark their territorial boundaries.