Three quarters of the world’s wild cat species are about the size of a house cat or a bit larger.
Even though the small cats make up the majority of the Cat or Felidae Family, most people are unaware of these tiny felines. Education and public awareness are major components of wildcat conservation, so we are happy to provide fact sheets on all wild cats, broken down by continent:
The small wild cats alphabetically:
Leopard Cat (including Iriomote Cat)
Wildcat (African, Asian, European subspecies)