Did you know the smallest wild cat species in the world weighs just 1.2 kg (2 pounds?) Like their big cousins, the small felines are under threat – habitat loss, illegal hunting for food and fur, persecution – these are just a few of the dangers facing them.
ISEC Canada was formed in 1990 to help the 28 small cat species. You can help by becoming a member, making a donation or purchasing products. Our programs support scientific field research learning about the cats in their native countries.
100% of donations received go directly to the wild cats. Your donations help field researchers purchase radio collars, cameras and other equipment to study small wild cats. Help here.
Membership in ISEC Canada gives you monthly newsletters on the small wild cats, a 10% discount on products, and a 10% discount on annual renewals. Join today.
Our new 2014 calendar has beautiful full color photos of 11 small wild cats and one medium species that was just too cute not to include. Limited quantities - get your order in soon!
This long-running field study is learning what these tiny cats need to survive in the deserts of South Africa, and we are proud to support this vital work. Learn how you can help.
Learn more about all wild cat species on our fact sheets. Newly updated (2013), they contain the most current information known on even the most mysterious small cats. Read more.