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It is an outdoor exhibit, but it is covered by mesh. Probably one of the best exhibits for this species. But the one time I went there since they had these, I saw the two cats briefly right at opening time and then they went indoors and never re-emerged. I managed to get a couple photos, but nothing outstanding.
The best place (in the U.S.) I have found to see and photograph this species is the San Antonio Zoo. Although they hide in their nighthouse a lot also, they seem to be active during the last hour. If you have a telephoto lens, you can blur out the fence and get some nice shots there. (I will be returning to San Antonio this February and look forward to getting more black-footed cat photos).