Why are cheetahs the jobbers of the cat family? Posted on August 19, 2022 by Anonymous Why are cheetahs the jobbers of the cat family?
>you see, the fact is, cheetah, felines like you don't get to be king of the jungle.
They were domesticated at some point in the past so why not do it AGAIN
>highest hunting success rate of any cat
>Let fastest land animal kill fast prey
>Move in and steal his meal because they're skinny frail cats
>Live to steal another meal
Sure they have the highest success rate of cats, but how often do they actually FINISH a meal?
Overly specialized, so will be the first big cat to go extinct in the wild.
Also overly cute and suitable as a domestic pet so they will be the last big cat to go extinct entirely.
The asiatic cheetah is likely gone, but for the african, the parts of its range it still occupys isnt heavily populated and it doesnt have a strong demand for poaching due to its lack of use in traditional medicine. Tigers are more endangered than them.
They specced entirely into speed, but still have a 0 in stamina.
>I am sure to win because my speed is superior
Of the felines. They're the only big cats I could confidently fuck up 1v1
and the lie is where? you don't see elephants fucking up cheetahs, because they're too big and can't run
>running away is winning
It unironically is though. In nature anyway
tbf they aren't really a big cat
They’re literally made of paper because their physiology demands they be super skinny and twig-like, yes they’re a natural wonder being the fastest land animals and all but they’re lanklets at the end of the day while their competitors are more evened out.
They are by like every metric lol, even snow leopards are considered ‘big cats’
>even snow leopards are considered ‘big cats’
Yeah, because they're in the panthera genus. Cheetahs aren't
Huh, pumas aren’t either, the more you know I guess
Yeah. To be honest though, I agree with you. When people say "big cats" they generally mean to include cheetahs and pumas
what job are they looking for
>What is a jobber?
>The term "jobber" is also used to describe a small-scale wholesaler or middleman in the retail goods trade. A jobber, also known as a stockjobber, was a term used for a market maker on the London Stock Exchange
I guess OP wants a Cheetah to help him with his finances.