Just for some fun
A newborn cub, a slightly older cub and a father Deercat.
Deercats are not pack animals. They live in small family groups of anywhere between 2-4 animals at a time, and do not hunt togteher. Once giving birth to a single cub (They do not have a large litter), the mother ususally leaves the father with the cub to look after. It is not unusual for a male deercat to have a number of cubs all born from different females, since Deercats do not mate for life.
The female Deercats are almost always solitary. Only on occasion do they stay and assist in the raising of a cub.
Fun with bright happy colours for a change, since i've been doing a lot of red, orange and blacks lately.