This is Dante on a typical day in his hunting grounds. His nemesis the squirrel is efurrywhere to be seen. As you can judge from the intense look in his eyes in most of these pictures, he has the little black beastie in his sights at all times.
Contrary to some of the comments, Dante does not merely sit still during these mancat and prey encounters. He does, indeed give chase. When he does, the pictures I attempt to take, are but a blur, because he turns on his considerable speed in an instant. I usually end up getting just his back feet and the end of the tail as is evidenced by the first shot in this series.
Dante is very mancatly. All of his wild instincts are intact. He is a smart hunter, though, and doesn't chase at efurry oppurrtunity. This way he gains some unwarranted trust and brings the prey closer before he pounces. After all, he is limited by a totally unnatural fetter (his leash).
The last picture is especially intense and the squirrel is close (though not in the sight of the lens). Dante's pupils are dilated so that his gaze is as black as his target, the squirrel. This is the look of a Mancat to the Max, and Dante is it!
(I suggest that you biggify the last picture to get the real intensity of the look.)