YouTube personality Coyote Peterson is well-known for his outdoor antics, but while recording for his series Brave Wilderness in Costa Rica, Peterson had a rare encounter with a baby ocelot. Also known as “dwarf leopards,” ocelots are large cats that are well distributed across South America, Central America, and even parts of North America. They are smaller than other large predatory cats such as leopards and mountain lions, but still can be dangerous to humans. Perhaps Peterson is lucky he ran into a kitten – because the critter did not take long to pounce on him.

The ocelot wasn’t shy either. Pawing the YouTube host and nibbling him several times, the ocelot made sure to exert its dominance soon into the encounter. In the wild, ocelots are opportunistic hunters, like all cats, and generally stick to prey much smaller than themselves. They are solitary creatures and usually don’t travel far, although specimens have been found as far north as Arizona and Texas. A very small native population of these animals still live in Texas at the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, while lone ocelots are very rarely spotted in the wild.

While they can be dangerous, ocelots are among the least combative of large cats. The species also has a reputation for being tamer than their bigger cousins, and are common as an exotic pet. Most famously, the eccentric artist Salvador Dali once owned an ocelot.

Judging from Peterson’s playtime with this young ocelot, we can see why these beautiful animals are prized as companions. However, we wouldn’t want to run into this kitten again when it’s older.

Image from Brave Wilderness on YouTube

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488 thoughts on “Video: Man “Attacked” by Playful Ocelot

  1. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  2. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  3. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  4. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  5. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  6. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  7. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  8. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  9. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  10. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  11. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  12. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  13. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  14. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  15. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  16. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  17. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  18. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  19. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  20. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  21. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  22. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  23. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  24. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  25. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  26. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  27. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  28. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  29. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  30. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  31. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  32. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  33. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  34. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  35. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  36. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  37. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  38. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  39. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  40. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  41. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  42. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  43. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  44. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  45. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  46. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  47. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  48. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  49. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  50. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  51. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  52. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  53. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  54. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  55. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  56. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  57. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  58. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  59. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  60. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  61. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  62. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  63. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  64. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  65. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  66. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  67. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  68. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  69. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  70. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  71. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  72. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  73. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  74. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  75. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  76. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  77. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  78. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  79. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  80. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  81. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  82. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  83. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  84. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  85. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  86. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  87. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  88. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  89. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  90. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  91. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  92. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  93. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  94. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  95. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  96. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  97. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  98. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  99. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  100. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  101. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  102. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  103. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  104. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  105. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  106. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  107. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  108. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  109. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  110. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  111. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  112. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  113. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  114. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  115. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  116. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  117. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  118. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  119. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  120. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  121. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  122. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  123. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  124. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  125. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  126. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  127. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  128. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  129. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  130. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  131. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  132. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  133. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  134. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  135. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  136. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  137. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  138. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  139. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  140. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  141. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  142. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  143. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  144. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  145. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  146. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  147. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  148. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  149. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  150. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  151. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  152. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  153. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  154. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  155. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  156. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  157. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  158. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  159. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  160. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

  161. Plenty of people keep ocelots as pets. It’s obvious that this one was someone’s pet, at least for the earlier part of its life. While it’s a younger cat, it’s not quite a “kitten”. Adult ocelots range from 18-40 pounds, and this one (at 25Lbs.) definitely qualifies as a young adult. As reported in the video, the place where the host was staying (a resort?) told him that if he walked a certain trail, it was likely that he would encounter this cat. It’s almost certain that they feed it and maintain it as a tame cat for the amusement of the tourists. This is supported by the fact that the host just happened to have snacks for it in his pack. I guarantee that the resort gives these ocelot snacks to the tourists to feed the cat. As such, this one hardly qualifies as a “wild cat”.

    PS – All of this is highly reminiscent of Bear Grylls “survival situations”, where he appears to bed down under dangerous and/or miserable conditions. He’s cold hungry, dirty, and lonely, right?. The reality of it is that he (and his large production crew) hop in a helicopter. They fly back to whatever five star resort they are actually staying at. They have a nice dinner, and then bed down under Egyptian cotton sheets, so they can fly back to their location and resume filming the next day.

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