Bobcats, also called Lynx, can be found in most states throughout the U.S. These cats are small and mostly feed on mice, voles, rabbits and other small mammals. They spend much of their time hunting in open fields. Unfortunately these beautiful animals are still hunted for their skins, something that is barbaric to me, killing a living creature just to use its skin. According to the International Society for Endangered Cats (ISEC) Canada, "The Bobcat is now the leading wild cat species in the skin trade, with most exports coming from the US. In 2000-2006 the average annual export of skins was 29,772, with an all-time high of 51,419 skins exported in 2006.Demand for Bobcat pelts is being driven by Asian countries with growing economies."