Table of contents:
- Andean cat
- Pallas's cat
- Fisherman cat
- Sand cat
- Weid's cat
- Black-footed cat
- Biet's cat
- African golden cat
- Borneo golden cat
- Flathead cat
- Rusty cat
- Pampas cat
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There are wonderful wild cats in the world that are mostly unknown. To you this wonderful gallery! What is your favorite?
Native to South America, it is a feline that weighs around 5.5 kg. Unfortunately it is on the verge of extinction.
Its scientific name, Otocolobus, derives from the Greek language and means "ugly ears". It lives, mainly in the cold areas of Central Asia, in particular in China, Mongolia and the Himalya.
Also known as the viverrino cat, it lives in tropical Asia. It has claws that are not completely retractable and the front legs are webbed. You can learn more here cat fisher
It is present in the African deserts of the Sahara, throughout the Arabian Peninsula and in some areas of Central Asia. Its peculiarity is that it can withstand long periods without drinking and obtaining water from captured prey.
Small feline native to Central and South America. Its main feature is its ability to move easily on trees, where it hunts its prey.
Known as the "anthill tiger", it is not very sociable, has a strong character and is very aggressive in nature. It is the smallest feline on the African continent.
Little known, it lives in China and more precisely in the Tibetan plateau at altitudes between 2000 and 5000 meters.
African golden cat
It lives in the rainforests of West Africa and is at risk of extinction due to the clearing of these forests by man. You can learn more about the African golden cat here
Borneo golden cat
It lives in Borneo and there are about 2,500 specimens. It has a particularly long tail and its fur varies from red to gray.
It lives in Africa, Asia and the Indian subcontinent. The most noticeable feature are the ears which have a plume of black fur.
One of the lesser known species, it lives in Malaysia. The head is more elongated and flattened than that of other felines.
Present from the south of the United States to most of South America, it has a tail that can reach up to 60 cm. Very often it is compared to an otter, also because of its short legs.
It is found mainly in Chile and marginally in the areas bordering Argentina. It is at risk of extinction.
Widespread in India and Sri Lanka, it weighs just over 1 kg.
It lives in the scrublands and grasslands of South America.
Grumpy Cat or "sulky cat", due to his always sulky expression, passed away on May 14, 2019. He was considered one of the richest and most social cats in the world. With a message on Twitter was announced the death of Grumpy Cat , on May 14, 2019 due to a urinary tract infection.
In this article we want to tell you about the 12 plus cats expensive in the world. Many of these breeds are known to everyone, others less so. Let's begin! Savanna cat Breed obtained from the crossing of a domestic cat (many claim a Siamese cat) and the Servalus, an African cat.
A kitten she is making the whole world fall in love with her beautiful eyes. Its name is Olive, an oriental mix and it is a cat born with a rare genetic condition: partial (or sectorial) heterochromia of the iris. This condition gives it a charming appearance and has earned it kitten fame with eyes more rare in the world.
The species of rusty cats it is one of the most at risk, the few remaining specimens in the world, however, manage to strike us for their uniqueness. Incredibly a pair of these cats was born in Cornwall , to the amazement of those present.
The alarm clock in Heather's house is called Milo and "plays" (to the sound of kisses and cuddles) at 7.00 in the morning, every day. The cat he approaches his mother, touches her nose, then her forehead and then gives her a few good morning kisses.