More extensive research into the rare Yeti Cats indicate that our readers are somewhat correct! Rabbit is, indeed, their favorite prey and over the millennium they have migrated south following the rabbit herds. Bobin was on the right track with the Yeti Tree, but slightly off the mark. Yeti Cats LOVE trees as he surmised, and once they arrived in regions where trees actually grew in proliferation, they claimed a specific tree as their own which later became known as the Yeti Tree. In the wild, they make their homes in these trees as you can see below.
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