World’s smallest wild cat… Wacth the video below to see the amazing creature and learn about its characteristics…

Meet the rusty-spotted cat!

The rusty-spotted cat is Asia’s tiniest wild cat, rivaling the black-footed cat as the world’s tiniest wild cat. It is estimated to be somewhat smaller than the black-footed cat. It measures 35 to 48 cm (14 to 19 in) in length, with a 15 to 30 cm (5.9 to 11.8 in) tail, and weighs only 0.9 to 1.6 kg (2.0 to 3.5 lb).

The short fur is grey for the most part of the body, with rusty markings on the back and flanks, and white with huge black dots on the underside.

They make up for their lack of stature with heart!
The rusty-spotted cats are a curious and daring group of felines.

The woods of India and Sri Lanka are home to these cats. They’ve long been supposed to be uncommon, but new evidence suggests they’re more frequent than previously thought.

They can survive if they are not hunted by humans due to their small size and ability to control rodents. Fortunately, the majority of the rusty-spotted cat’s area is officially protected, and hunting is illegal.

The degradation of their natural environment as a result of the expanding human population is their greatest threat.

We hope these tiny fellows will be around for as long as the world continues to spin!

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