About twice the size of his domestic cousin, Taz is no ordinary lap cat. His patterned coat, big ears and his overall demeanor link him to his roots of being more than 50 percent Cerval, a wild cat found in the African plains.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

About twice the size of his domestic cousin, Taz is no ordinary lap cat. His patterned coat, big ears and his overall demeanor link him to his roots of being more than 50 percent Cerval, a wild cat found in the African plains.

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