1 Tiny Fighter: Rust-Stained Cat
The smallest cat in the world is a rust-stained cat, unique to the forests of India and Sri Lanka. This cat weighs about 1.6 kilos and is a successful hunter, albeit small.
2 Siyah Ayaklı Kedi
The second smallest cat in the world is a black-footed cat from South Africa. This wild cat weighs 1.7 pounds and is the smallest cat on the African continent.
3 Sand Cat
The only wild cat that lives in the desert is sand kittens in North Africa, Middle East and Central Asia. This 3.5-pound desert warrior hunts mostly small rodents and birds, even though it has the ability to kill even poisonous snakes.
4 Leopard Cat
The most common wildcat in Asia is the South, Southeast and East Asian Leopard cat.
Margay, one of the most acrobatic wild cats, is only 4 kilos. This big-eyed beautiful acrobat, who spends most of his life in trees, is a species native to Central and South America.