When we were ready to set out, Fritz presented each of us with a little case he had made from the skin of the margay.
We may see the ocelot skulking through the deep shade, or the margay springing upon its winged prey.
Fritz was engaged in preparing the skin of the margay, with more care than Jack had shown with that of the jackal.
Fritz presented us each with a neat case of margay skin to hang at our girdles.
I should say this was a margay, and it would have proved a cruel foe, not only of our poultry, but also of our sheep and goats.
The animal called the margay is really a kind of small ocelot, and it is sometimes known as the tiger-cat.