7. Pampas cat – Native to South America, the Pampas cat thrives in grassland and wooded areas. In recent years, their numbers have begun to thin and they are starting to become a focus of conservation.
8. Jaguarundi – Sometimes called an “eyra cat,” jaguarundi are also found in South America. They are common in some countries, but are rarer in others due to habitat destruction.
9. Leopard cat – This adorable creature is known as a leopard cat. They are a common sight in forests all over South and East Asia.
10. Fishing cat – This endangered species is known as the fishing cat. Found in South and Southeast Asia, they are named after their incredible talents at fishing.
11. Serval – Servals are a type of African wild cat that are common to sub-Saharan areas. At about 21 inches tall, these cats hunt small- to medium-sized rodents that are typically found in grassy areas.
12. Bay cat – Bay cats are special in that they are only found on the island of Borneo. This makes their population very sensitive to the local ecosystem. Unfortunately, they are currently endangered due to loss of habitat caused by deforestation.
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