The big show down.
The largest member of the deer family against the animal with the most attitude per pound out there.
Moose are the second largest mammal in North America and can grow to be up to 7 feet tall at the shoulder and weigh up to 1,500 pounds.
Alaska is one of the best places in the world to see wild moose up close. The state is home to an estimated 175,000 moose, making it one of the largest remaining populations of these massive animals.
Moose are generally docile and do not pose a threat to humans, but can become aggressive if they feel threatened or cornered. If they are aggressive, it can be highly dangerous due to their massive size.
This house cat is seen standing face-to-face with this fair-sized bull moose. The moose is clearly interested in the cat and the cat is puffed up staring back at him. In a smart move, the cat moves off as the moose approaches in closer.
The moose then chases the cat off underneath a shed.
I think it would have been funny to see the cat climb the moose like a pole.