Most Smallest Cats
Flat-headed Cat:its strange appearance due to physical adaptations for its semi-aquatic lifestyle, with a flattened forehead, partially webbed feet, and very long, sharp canine teeth.
Rusty Spotted Cat:competes with the black-footed one in tiny size, and it wins the prize. It’s about the size of an 8-week-old kitten.
Margay:This native to Central and South America is one of the most acrobatic species out there, equipped with a very long tail for balancing on branches .
Bornean Marbled Cat:A rare small wild species that are outnumbered by other wild cats on its native island of Borneo, which is divided into Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia.
Leopard Cat:turns out to be a separate species from the Sunda Leopard Cat on Borneo and Sumatra, so it’s not as common to its native habitat in South, Southeast, and East Asia.
Black-footed:This native to South Africa is the smallest of its kind in the entire continent. Known for having the highest hunting success rate among all cat.
Sand Dune Cat:A very shy and mysterious small wild animal, the sand cat is the only species that lives in the true desert — namely, those in North Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia.
Little Spotted Cat:The Oncilla has a habitat range spanning from Costa Rica and Panama in Central America to southern Brazil.
Pallas’s Cat:The infamous “grumpy wildcat” is known for its facial expressions and being fierce yet fluffy at the same time.
Kodkod:This is the smallest species in the Americas, with a habitat range of Central and Southern Chile, plus bordering areas of Argentina.