Have you ever witnessed a vampire cat? Hardly discernible from the standard tabby mix (other than the extremely sharp teeth), vampire cats are a special and rare breed indeed — known mostly throughout the scientific community by their Latin-derived nomenclature: Vampirus Felinus.
These blood-sucking felines are found mostly in the outer regions of Nishinomiya Japan, on Mount Kabutoyama, a monadnock of an extinct volcano thath was last estimated to erupt about 1,200 years ago. This mountain is in the Kabutoyama Forest Park.
Not only do vampire cats typically keep a nocturnal life cycle, but they supplement their daily diet of cat food with the blood of their brethren felines. Odd as this may seem, vampire cats have managed to keep their species alive over the thousands of years of their evolution.
As you’ll see in the video, the larger black dominant male is feasting on his smaller, yet agile counterpart. Although painful, the bite will heal relatively soon after it has been made, due to the special coagulation enzyme present in the vampire cat’s saliva.
Watch carefully as the smaller, lankier tabby retaliates and attempts to suck the blood of the …