One of the problems with game cams lies in poor prospective which seems to be the problem here--that and the animals don't pose. Also with the night pictures there is no coloring, just shading, to go by. With that in mind, I suspect the animal in question is a grey fox. These animals are very "cat-like" in both size, the way they move and the fact that they can climb trees. I have a pair that appear regularly in my cam pics--take a look at these and compare them to the unknown animal. First the obligatory crow picture: Now, same camera and a moving grey fox: Finally another camera, same fox but it is hold, relatively, still: Note the color, tail and leg configuration. Those that have guess bob or wild cat--the unknown has too much tail for either. GA is a little to far south for fishers. While a Mt lion, puma, Florida Panther or whatever would be a good guess the animal is too small to be an adult and the shading wouldn't match to a young one--besides at that size momma would have also made it into the picture. The only other possibility would be a domestic cat but again the shading is wrong for most unless, as some one pointed out, it is an Abyssinian. Oh BTW, the cougar that was kill by a car in CT had traveled across country from the Dakotas. It had been spotted in MN, WI and NY and tracked using DNA from hair left behind. Apparently the NY DEC knew about it but didn't report is as they figured it was traveling through and didn't want to alarm or have vigilantes hunting it down.