Your wild cat may be raised indoors until closer to his maturity. They will need a large habitat when they start to mature. Keeping your Wild Cat in a small enclosure without constant interaction will make for an aggressive and unhappy Male. This can prevent him from breeding, or even killing his females. Then you will have a wild aggressive cat you can not breed. Changing his environment can cause a spike in breeding, or decline.
CREATING A HABITAT
Your habitat should be set up to keep him happy, entertained with lots of areas to play, breed, and even blend in when he wants to disappear. It is best to have a habitat that accesses an indoor enclosure. this is so that they may retreat indoors at will. You will want them to have a way of getting out of the heat, cold, or other natural climates.
MONITORING YOUR BREEDERS
In order to keep a close eye on your breeding program, you should have indoor cameras, and outdoor cameras with night vision. It is important to know when your females have been bred, as there is a difference in gestation among different Wild breeds and Domestics. Some ranging up to eleven days. This can cause premature kittens that will require tube feeding and heat lamps, if the kittens survive.