National Geographic : 1962 Nov
Polka-dot pet, a leopard named Aringa, arrived at the Kinloch home as a week-old kitten and stayed for 51/2 months. Mrs. Kin loch strokes the docile young carnivore. Natural Enemies Become Fast Friends; Dog and Leopard Play Like Litter Mates Game rangers were amazed by the way Aringa romped with Bhalu, the author's black Labrador. Leopards, fond of dog flesh, may even break into homes to seize pets. Many hunters consider the leopard the peer of lion or tiger in cunning and ferocity. Cat with a rare enjoyment of water, the leopard cub swims like an otter in Bhalu's wake. They play in the lake's shallows.