1. Silver-haired Bat

Silver-haired Bat

Silver-haired Bat
Classification(s) : Prey
Cat Name : Bat
Common Name : Silver-haired Bat
Scientific Name : Lasionycteris noctivagans
Other Name(s) :
Physical Description :

Silver-haired bats are small creatures with leathery wings; their fur ranges in color from black to dark brown and the fur on their backs has frosted tips.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 3.5 – 4.6 Inches (90 – 117 Millimeters)
Weight: .3 – .4 Ounces (9 – 12 Grams)

Behavior :

Silver-haired bats roost during the day and feed on insects at treetop level or just above rivers and streams at night; in fall they migrate south, and in spring they migrate north.

Social Organization :

Solitary

Approval Level : None; Silver-haired bats are fairly common and their presence does not indicate a specific environmental situation.
Kill Difficulty : Low;

Silver-haired bats are small and lack any weaponry that would be harmful to cats.

Training Level : Specialty - Bat;

Silver-haired bats go out to feed after sunset, and hunt in the air.

Hunting Tactic : Bats
Food Quality : Low; The difficulty of hunting these bats is not redeemed by their taste or level of nutrition.