Felines | Felidae

Felines | Felidae

Description
Description

Felines (Felidae) are a family of mammals that include lions, tigers, leopards, domestic cats, and many others. Known for their agility, sharp retractable claws, and keen senses, felines are predominantly carnivorous and skilled hunters. They inhabit diverse ecosystems worldwide, from African savannas to Asian rainforests and urban environments. Evolving around 25 million years ago, felines have adapted various physical and behavioral traits for stealth and predation. While domestic cats are ubiquitous companions, many wild felines face threats from habitat destruction and poaching. Conservation efforts are crucial for endangered species like tigers and snow leopards.

Anatomy
Anatomy

Felines, or cats, have sleek bodies with powerful, flexible spines, aiding in their agility and iconic pouncing. They possess retractable claws for hunting and climbing. Felines have sharp teeth for tearing meat, reflecting their carnivorous diet. Their leg muscles allow for incredible leaps and sprints. Cats communicate through a range of sounds like meows, growls, and purrs. They have exceptional night vision, sensitive whiskers for navigation, and acute hearing to detect even the faintest sounds. Their sense of smell is also sharp, helping them hunt and communicate through scent marking. These traits make felines successful predators and beloved pets.

Human Interaction
Human Interaction

Humans and felines share a deep, ancient bond dating back to when cats were first domesticated in the Near East around 9,000 years ago. Cats are revered for their pest control abilities and companionship. Iconic in pop culture, felines star in countless films, books, and internet memes, with figures like Garfield and the Cheshire Cat. They are adored as pets globally.

Yet, wild felines face threats from habitat loss and hunting. Conservation efforts include protected areas and breeding programs, especially for endangered species like tigers. The human-feline relationship is a tapestry of cohabitation, affection, and a mutual respect for their independence.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Where did felines originate?

Felines can be traced back to 37 million years ago and are native to almost every region except for Australia and Antarctica. Smaller cats specifically can be traced back to western Eurasia about 10 million years ago. The domestic cat originated in ancient Egypt and Near East and was domesticated about 10,000 years ago.

Which felines live in groups?

Lions are the only felines that truly live in groups called prides. In prides all the females are related and live with the pride for life. A pride typically consists of 5 or 6 female lions, their cubs, and 1 or 2 male lions that mate with the female lions. Cheetah males may gather in bachelor groups temporarily.

What is the biggest feline species?

The biggest feline species is the liger, the hybrid of the lion and tiger that was developed by breeding a male lion and a female tiger. The liger weights about 795 lbs (360 kg) and can reach a length of 11 to 12 feet (3.35 – 3.65 m) with a height of 6 feet (1.82 m). Other big feline species are the Siberian Tiger, Bengal Tiger, and Lion.

8”-10" | 20-25 cm
12”-16” | 30-41 cm
8-12 lb | 3.6-5.4 kg
9-13 years
Abyssinian Cat
25.000
41.000
5.400
13.00
41000
GUIDE
3D
Abyssinian Cat
44"-50" | 1.1-1.3 m
54"-78" | 1.4-2 m
270-420 lb | 120-190 kg
10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity)
African Lion
130.000
200.000
190.000
15.00
449000
GUIDE
3D
African Lion
9”-10” | 23-25 cm
17”-19” | 43-48 cm
7-18 lb | 3.2-8.2 kg
13-15 years
American Bobtail Cat
25.000
48.000
8.200
15.00
19400
GUIDE
3D
American Bobtail Cat
9”-12” | 23-30 cm
16”-21” | 41-53 cm
5-10 lb | 2.3-4.5 kg
12-16 years
American Curl Cat
30.000
53.000
4.500
16.00
21100
GUIDE
3D
American Curl Cat
8”-10” | 20-25 cm
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
10-15 lb | 4.5-6.8 kg
15-20 years
American Shorthair Cat
25.000
38.000
6.800
20.00
42000
GUIDE
3D
American Shorthair Cat
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
11”-13” | 28-33 cm
8-15 lb | 3.6-6.8 kg
10-16 years
American Wirehair Cat
25.000
33.000
6.800
16.00
14200
GUIDE
3D
American Wirehair Cat
30”-46” | 76-117 cm
4’7”-6’5” | 1.4-2 m
265-500 lb | 120-250 kg
12-18 years (wild); 18-20 years (captivity)
Asiatic Lion
117.000
200.000
250.000
20.00
7400
GUIDE
3D
Asiatic Lion
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
14”-18” | 36-46 cm
8-15 lb | 3.6-6.8 kg
9-15 years
Bengal Cat
25.000
46.000
6.800
15.00
192000
GUIDE
3D
Bengal Cat
34”-45” | 86-114 cm
5’3”-6’5” | 160-196 cm
220-650 lb | 100-295 kg
8-10 years (wild); 18-25 years (captivity)
Bengal Tiger
114.000
196.000
295.000
25.00
45000
GUIDE
3D
Bengal Tiger
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
15”-18" | 38-46 cm
10-12 lb | 4.5-5.4 kg
13-15 years
Birman Cat
25.000
46.000
5.400
15.00
17000
GUIDE
3D
Birman Cat
11”-14” | 28-36 cm
13”-20” | 33-56 cm
6-11 lb | 2.7-5 kg
12-16 years
Bombay Cat
36.000
56.000
5.000
16.00
55000
GUIDE
3D
Bombay Cat
12”-14” | 30-46 cm
22”-25” | 56-64 cm
7-17 lb | 3.2-7.7 kg
15-20 years
British Shorthair Cat
46.000
64.000
7.700
20.00
59000
GUIDE
3D
British Shorthair Cat
10”-12” | 25-30 cm
15”-18” | 38-46 cm
6-14 lb | 2.7-6.4 kg
16-18 years
Burmese Cat
30.000
46.000
6.400
18.00
37000
GUIDE
3D
Burmese Cat
Caracal
81000
16”-20” | 41-51 cm
24”-42” | 61-107 cm
15-45 lb | 7-20 kg
10-12 years (wild); 15-20 years (captivity)
Caracal
51.000
107.000
20.000
20.00
81000
GUIDE
3D
Caracal
9”-11” | 23-28 cm
15”-18” | 38-46 cm
9-11 lb | 4.1-5 kg
11-15 years
Chartreux Cat
28.000
46.000
5.000
15.00
7600
GUIDE
3D
Chartreux Cat
Cheetah
185000
28”-35” | 70–90 cm
44”-59” | 112-150 cm
77-143 lb | 35-65 kg
10-12 years
Cheetah
90.000
150.000
65.000
10.00
185000
GUIDE
3D
Cheetah
18”-22” | 46-56 cm
27”-43” | 69-109 cm
25-50 lb | 11-23 kg
11-15 years (wild); 17-20 years (captivity)
Clouded Leopard
56.000
109.000
23.000
20.00
30000
GUIDE
3D
Clouded Leopard
8”-12” | 20-30 cm
12”-17” | 30-43 cm
5-10 lb | 2.3-4.5 kg
11-14 years
Cornish Rex Cat
30.000
43.000
4.500
14.00
38000
GUIDE
3D
Cornish Rex Cat
Cougar
150000
21”-28” | 53-71 cm
42”-54” | 107-137 cm
65-200 lb | 30-91 kg
10-13 years (wild); Up to 20 years (captivity)
Cougar
71.000
137.000
91.000
20.00
150000
GUIDE
3D
Cougar
10”-12” | 25-30 cm
15”-18” | 38-46 cm
6-9 lb | 2.7-4.1 kg
9-15 years
Devon Rex Cat
30.000
46.000
4.100
15.00
9600
GUIDE
3D
Devon Rex Cat
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
8-12 lb | 3.6-5.4 kg
9-15 years
Egyptian Mau Cat
25.000
38.000
5.400
15.00
61100
GUIDE
3D
Egyptian Mau Cat
10”-12” | 25-30 cm
15”-18” | 38-46 cm
6-10 lb | 2.7-4.5 kg
15-18 years
European Burmese Cat
30.000
46.000
4.500
18.00
900
GUIDE
3D
European Burmese Cat
10”-12” | 25-30 cm
16”-19” | 41-48 cm
10-12 lb | 4.5-5.4 kg
8-15 years
Exotic Shorthair Cat
30.000
48.000
5.400
15.00
26800
GUIDE
3D
Exotic Shorthair Cat
9”-11" | 23-28 cm
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
8-10 lb | 3.6-4.5 kg
15-20 years
Havana Brown Cat
28.000
38.000
4.500
20.00
8300
GUIDE
3D
Havana Brown Cat
10”-12” | 25-30 cm
17”-19” | 43-48 cm
7-12 lb | 3.2-5.4 kg
9-15 years
Himalayan Cat
30.000
48.000
5.400
15.00
56000
GUIDE
3D
Himalayan Cat
Jaguar
407000
27”-31” | 69-79 cm
4’10”-6’ | 147-183 cm
80-250 lb | 36-113 kg
8-15 years (wild); 18-25 years (captivity)
Jaguar
79.000
183.000
113.000
25.00
407000
GUIDE
3D
Jaguar
10”-14” | 25-36 cm
22”-30” | 56-76 cm
6-20 lb | 3-9 kg
10-12 years (wild); Up to 20 years (captivity)
Jaguarundi
36.000
76.000
9.000
20.00
26000
GUIDE
3D
Jaguarundi
8”-9” | 20-23 cm
13”-15” | 33-38 cm
6-12 lb | 2.7-5.4 kg
9-16 years
Japanese Bobtail Cat
23.000
38.000
5.400
16.00
23900
GUIDE
3D
Japanese Bobtail Cat
9”-12” | 23-30 cm
12”-16” | 30-41 cm
5-10 lb | 2.3-4.5 kg
10-15 years
Javanese Cat
30.000
41.000
4.500
15.00
11000
GUIDE
3D
Javanese Cat
10”-12” | 25-30 cm
15”-18” | 38-46 cm
6-10 lb | 2.7-4.5 kg
10-15 years
Korat Cat
30.000
46.000
4.500
15.00
7100
GUIDE
3D
Korat Cat
6”-10” | 15-25 cm
12”-16” | 30-41 cm
6-10 lb | 2.7-4.5 kg
10-15 years
LaPerm Cat
25.000
41.000
4.500
15.00
11500
GUIDE
3D
LaPerm Cat
10”-16" | 25-40 cm
19”-32” | 48-81 cm
10-25 lb | 4.5-11.3 kg
9-15 years
Maine Coon Cat
40.000
81.000
11.300
15.00
138000
GUIDE
3D
Maine Coon Cat
10”-12” | 25-30 cm
14”-16” | 36-41 cm
8-12 lb | 3.6-5.4 kg
14-16 years
Manx Cat
30.000
41.000
5.400
16.00
49000
GUIDE
3D
Manx Cat
Margay
19000
12”-17” | 31-43 cm
18”-31” | 36-79 cm
5-9 lb | 2-4 kg
12-14 years (wild); Up to 24 years (captivity)
Margay
43.000
79.000
4.000
24.00
19000
GUIDE
3D
Margay
9”-12” | 23-30 cm
12”-18” | 30-46 cm
13-20 lb | 5.9-9.1 kg
14-16 years
Norwegian Forest Cat
30.000
46.000
9.100
16.00
143000
GUIDE
3D
Norwegian Forest Cat
Ocelot
137000
15”-20” | 38-51 cm
27”-40” | 69-102 cm
18-40 lb | 8-18 kg
12-15 years (wild); Up to 20 years (captivity)
Ocelot
51.000
102.000
18.000
20.00
137000
GUIDE
3D
Ocelot
Ocicat
36600
9”-11” | 23-28 cm
13”-16” | 33-41 cm
6-14 lb | 2.7-6.4 kg
15-18 years
Ocicat
28.000
41.000
6.400
18.00
36600
GUIDE
3D
Ocicat
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
5-10 lb | 2.3-4.5 kg
8-12 years
Oriental Cat
25.000
38.000
4.500
12.00
11000
GUIDE
3D
Oriental Cat
9”-11" | 23-28 cm
11”-14” | 28-36 cm
9-14 lb | 4.1-6.4 kg
12-15 years
Oriental Shorthair Cat
28.000
36.000
6.400
15.00
14000
GUIDE
3D
Oriental Shorthair Cat
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
14.5”-17.5” | 37-44 cm
7-12 lb | 3.2-5.4 kg
10-18 years
Persian Cat
25.000
44.000
5.400
18.00
98000
GUIDE
3D
Persian Cat
8”-12” | 20-30 cm
12”-17” | 30-43 cm
6-12 lb | 2.7-5.4 kg
10-13 years
Peterbald Cat
30.000
43.000
5.400
13.00
16500
GUIDE
3D
Peterbald Cat
9”-12” | 23-30 cm
13”-17” | 33-43 cm
8-14 lb | 3.6-6.4 kg
12-16 years
Pixie-Bob Cat
30.000
43.000
6.400
16.00
1900
GUIDE
3D
Pixie-Bob Cat
9”-12” | 23-28 cm
12”-18” | 30-46 cm
8-20 lb | 3.6-9.1 kg
15-18 years
Ragamuffin Cat
28.000
46.000
9.100
18.00
20000
GUIDE
3D
Ragamuffin Cat
9”-11" | 23-28 cm
17”-21” | 43-53 cm
8-20 lb | 3.6-9.1 kg
12-15 years
Ragdoll Cat
28.000
53.000
9.100
15.00
109000
GUIDE
3D
Ragdoll Cat
8"-10" | 20-25 cm
15"-18" | 38-46 cm
8-15 lb | 3.6-6.8 kg
15-20 years
Russian Blue Cat
25.000
46.000
6.800
20.00
65000
GUIDE
3D
Russian Blue Cat
13”-15” | 33-38 cm
20”-22” | 51-56 cm
12-25 lb | 5.4-11.3 kg
12-20 years
Savannah Cat
38.000
56.000
11.300
20.00
202000
GUIDE
3D
Savannah Cat
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
14”-16” | 36-41 cm
9-13 lb | 4.1-5.9 kg
11-14 years
Scottish Fold Cat
25.000
41.000
5.900
14.00
23000
GUIDE
3D
Scottish Fold Cat
9”-11” | 23-28 cm
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
9-16 lb | 4.1-7.3 kg
12-15 years
Selkirk Rex Cat
28.000
38.000
7.300
15.00
20500
GUIDE
3D
Selkirk Rex Cat
Serval
78000
21”-26” | 53-66 cm
23”-36” | 58-91 cm
15-40 lb | 7-18 kg
10-12 years (wild); Up to 20 years (captivity)
Serval
66.000
91.000
18.000
20.00
78000
GUIDE
3D
Serval
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
11.5”-14” | 29-36 cm
8-10 lb | 3.6-4.5 kg
11-15 years
Siamese Cat
25.000
36.000
4.500
15.00
138000
GUIDE
3D
Siamese Cat
9”-11" | 23-28 cm
15”-18” | 38-46 cm
10-20 lb | 4.5-9.1 kg
10-18 years
Siberian Cat
28.000
46.000
9.100
18.00
75000
GUIDE
3D
Siberian Cat
30”-42” | 75-107 cm
5’7”-6’10” | 170-208 cm
260-700 lb | 118-318 kg
10-15 years (wild); 20-25 years (captivity)
Siberian Tiger
107.000
208.000
318.000
25.00
49000
GUIDE
3D
Siberian Tiger
6”-8” | 15-20 cm
9”-12” | 23-30 cm
4-8 lb | 1.8-3.6 kg
11-15 years
Singapura Cat
20.000
30.000
3.600
15.00
13000
GUIDE
3D
Singapura Cat
22”-26” | 56-66 cm
36”-51” | 91-130 cm
75-120 lb | 34-54 kg
8-15 years (wild); 18-22 years (captivity)
Snow Leopard
66.000
130.000
54.000
22.00
121000
GUIDE
3D
Snow Leopard
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
11”-14” | 28-36 cm
9-12 lb | 4.1-5.4 kg
12-15 years
Somali Cat
25.000
36.000
5.400
15.00
21000
GUIDE
3D
Somali Cat
8”-10” | 20-25 cm
13”-15” | 33-38 cm
10-12 lb | 4.5-5.4 kg
10-15 years
Sphynx Cat
25.000
38.000
5.400
15.00
107000
GUIDE
3D
Sphynx Cat
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
6-12 lb | 2.7-5.4 kg
12-16 years
Tonkinese Cat
25.000
38.000
5.400
16.00
17000
GUIDE
3D
Tonkinese Cat
9”-13” | 23-33 cm
20”-24” | 51-61 cm
10-15 lb | 4.5-6.8 kg
10-15 years
Toyger Cat
33.000
61.000
6.800
15.00
32700
GUIDE
3D
Toyger Cat
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
14”-16” | 36-41 cm
5-10 lb | 2.3-4.5 kg
12-18 years
Turkish Angora Cat
25.000
41.000
4.500
18.00
38700
GUIDE
3D
Turkish Angora Cat
9”-11" | 23-28 cm
14”-17” | 36-43 cm
7-18 lb | 3.2-8.2 kg
12-18 years
Turkish Van Cat
28.000
43.000
8.200
18.00
8400
GUIDE
3D
Turkish Van Cat
African Lion (Panthera leo leo)
Comparison of the size of a male and female Lion seen from the front profile

African Lions are large felines with compact and powerful bodies for hunting prey. Characterized by their yellow-gold coats and prominent manes (on males), lions are the world’s most social cats and live in communities called prides. Lions inhabit a range of habitats from open plains, to grasslands, savannas, and forests.

The average Lion has an overall height of 44"-50" (1.1-1.3 m), withers height of 34"-40" (.9-1.0 m), and body length of 54"-78" (1.4-2 m). A typical Lion weighs between 270-420 lb (120-190 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity).

Dimensions comparing the height and length of male and female Lions to humans
Lions are large felines with compact and powerful bodies for hunting. Characterized by their yellow-gold coats and prominent manes (on males), lions are the world’s most social cats and live in communities called prides. Lions inhabit a range of habitats from open plains, to savannas, and forests.

The average Lion has an overall height of 44"-50" (1.1-1.3 m), withers height of 34"-40" (.9-1.0 m), and body length of 54"-78" (1.4-2 m). A typical Lion weighs between 270-420 lb (120-190 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity).

Dimensions comparing the height and length of male and female Lions to humans
African Lion (Panthera leo leo)
Height:
44"-50" | 1.1-1.3 m
Width:
Length:
54"-78" | 1.4-2 m
Depth:
Withers Height
34"-40" | .9-1.0 m
Weight:
270-420 lb | 120-190 kg
Area:

Male
Length:
4’6”-6’6” | 1.4-2 m
Height (Shoulder): 3’4” | 1 m
Height (Overall): 4’2” | 1.3 m

Female:
Length: 4’6” | 1.4 m
Height (Shoulder): 2’10” | .9 m
Height (Overall): 3’8” | 1.1 m

Tail Length
Scientific Name
Panthera leo
Lifespan
10-15 years (wild), 30 (captivity)

Drawings include:
Male and female Lion side (standing), front, side (lying down)

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Oriental Cat
Elevation illustration of an Oriental Cat with dimensions for typical heights and lengths

The Oriental cat is a domestic cat breed stemming from the Siamese. It is known for its lengthy extremes: a long head, long legs, tall ears, and tapered tail. The Oriental cat is divided into two kinds: the long-haired and short-haired. The long-haired Oriental cat developed over time as a separate breed although it is less common than the short-haired Oriental cat. The Oriental cat is considered intelligent and needing of time and attention.

The typical Oriental has an overall height of 8”-10" (20-25 cm) and body length of 12”-15” (30-38 cm). An average Oriental weighs between 5-10 lb (2.3-4.5 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 8-12 years.

Illustrations of Oriental Cats in various resting positions including sitting and lying down
The Oriental cat is a domestic cat breed stemming from the Siamese. It is known for its lengthy extremes: a long head, long legs, tall ears, and tapered tail. The Oriental cat is considered intelligent and needing of time and attention and divided into two kinds: the long-haired and short-haired.

The typical Oriental has an overall height of 8”-10" (20-25 cm) and body length of 12”-15” (30-38 cm). An average Oriental weighs between 5-10 lb (2.3-4.5 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 8-12 years.

Illustrations of Oriental Cats in various resting positions including sitting and lying down
Oriental Cat
Height:
8”-10" | 20-25 cm
Width:
Length:
12”-15” | 30-38 cm
Depth:
Weight:
5-10 lb | 2.3-4.5 kg
Area:

Body: Medium coat, long lines, muscular body
Temperament: Intelligent, curious, dignified, elegant

Color
Tabby, bi-colored, silver, white, cream, chocolate; tortoise, solid, smoke, chinchilla patterns
Scientific Name
Lifespan
8-12 years

Drawings include:
Oriental Cat side profile (walking), side (sitting), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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Norwegian Forest Cat
Elevation drawing of a Norwegian Forest Cat with measurements for typical length and height

The Norwegian Forest cat, also known as the Skogcatt, is a semi-longhaired cat native to Norway and originating in North Europe. Its hairy and rugged appearance is the result of its adaptation to a cold climate, having water-shedding hairs, a woolen underbelly, a bushy tail, and tufted paws. The Norwegian Forest cat has a strong build and even stronger claws, known to be an excellent climber. Highly intelligent and generally bursting with energy, the Norwegian Forest cat adjusts well to change all with a friendly demeanor.

The typical Norwegian Forest Cat has an overall height of 9”-12” (23-30 cm) and body length of 12”-18” (30-46 cm). An average Norwegian Forest Cat weighs between 13-20 lb (5.9-9.1 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 14-16 years.

Drawings of Norwegian Forest Cats in various postures
The Norwegian Forest cat, also known as the Skogcatt, is a semi-longhaired cat native to Norway and originating in North Europe. Its hairy and rugged appearance is the result of its adaptation to a cold climate, having water-shedding hairs, a woolen underbelly, a bushy tail, and tufted paws.

The typical Norwegian Forest Cat has an overall height of 9”-12” (23-30 cm) and body length of 12”-18” (30-46 cm). An average Norwegian Forest Cat weighs between 13-20 lb (5.9-9.1 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 14-16 years.

Drawings of Norwegian Forest Cats in various postures
Norwegian Forest Cat
Height:
9”-12” | 23-30 cm
Width:
Length:
12”-18” | 30-46 cm
Depth:
Weight:
13-20 lb | 5.9-9.1 kg
Area:

Body: Heavy coat, muscular, triangular head, thick neck, medium ears
Temperament: Gentle, sweet, shy, friendly, calm

Color
White, black, blue, red, cream, silver, golden; solid, bi-color, calico, tabby, tortoiseshell patterns
Scientific Name
Lifespan
14-16 years

Drawings include:
Norwegian Forest Cat side profile (walking), side (sitting), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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Savannah Cat
Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Savannah Cat with measurements for common heights and lengths

Considered the largest of the domesticated cat breeds, the Savannah cat is a mix between a domestic cat and a serval. A serval is a wild African cat, hence the reference to its habitat (the savannah) in the breed’s name. The Savannah cat closely resembles that of its wild ancestor, having a tall and lean build with a long neck, long legs, and big ears. In addition to these prominent features, the exotic look of the Savannah cat also stems from its spotted coat with various colored markings. Temperament-wise the Savannah cat is known to be sociable, loyal, and very curious, using its extreme jumping capabilities (up to 8 feet) to explore spaces.

The typical Savannah Cat has an overall height of 13”-15” (33-38 cm) and body length of 20”-22” (51-56 cm). An average Savannah Cat weighs between 12-25 lb (5.4-11.3 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 12-20 years.

Collection of elevation illustrations of Savannah Cats in assorted seated postures
Considered the largest of the domesticated cat breeds, the Savannah cat is a mix between a domestic cat and a serval. The Savannah cat closely resembles that of its wild ancestor, having a tall and lean build with a long neck, long legs, and big ears.

The typical Savannah Cat has an overall height of 13”-15” (33-38 cm) and body length of 20”-22” (51-56 cm). An average Savannah Cat weighs between 12-25 lb (5.4-11.3 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 12-20 years.

Collection of elevation illustrations of Savannah Cats in assorted seated postures
Savannah Cat
Height:
13”-15” | 33-38 cm
Width:
Length:
20”-22” | 51-56 cm
Depth:
Weight:
12-25 lb | 5.4-11.3 kg
Area:

Body: Lean muscular body, short tail, long neck, tall appearance
Temperament: Adventurous, playful, loyal, dog-like

Color
Brown spotted tabby, silver spotted tabby, black and smoke
Scientific Name
Lifespan
12-20 years

Drawings include:
Savannah Cat side profile (walking), side (sitting), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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Jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi)
Comparison illustration of the size of a Jaguarundi to a typical person

The Jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi) is a small wild cat inhabiting the brushy regions of the southwestern United States and South America. The Jaguarundi is also known as the eyra due to both names being used to represent and differentiate the two color varieties: reddish brown (jaguarundi) and grey (eyra).

Both colors are uniform and without any prominent spots or markings. It resembles that of an otter in appearance as its body is sleek and elongated with short ears and a long tail. Although the Jaguarundi typically lives alone, it is noted to withstand the presence of others of its kind.

Jaguarundis have a shoulder height between 10”-14” (25-36 cm), body length of 22”-30” (56-76 cm), and weight in the range of 6-20 lb (3-9 kg). The tail of a Jaguarundi is 12”-20" (31-51 cm) in length. Jaguarundis have a typical lifespan of 10-12 years in the wild and up to 20 years in captivity.

Series of side elevation illustrations of the Jaguarundi
The Jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi) is a small wild cat inhabiting the brushy regions of the southwestern USA and South America. The Jaguarundi is also known as the eyra due to both names being used to represent and differentiate the two colors: reddish brown (jaguarundi) and grey (eyra).

Jaguarundis have a shoulder height between 10”-14” (25-36 cm), body length of 22”-30” (56-76 cm), and weight in the range of 6-20 lb (3-9 kg). The tail of a Jaguarundi is 12”-20" (31-51 cm) in length. Jaguarundis have a typical lifespan of 10-12 years in the wild and up to 20 years in captivity.

Series of side elevation illustrations of the Jaguarundi
Jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi)
Height:
10”-14” | 25-36 cm
Width:
Length:
22”-30” | 56-76 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
Weight:
6-20 lb | 3-9 kg
Area:
Tail Length
12”-20" | 31-51 cm
Scientific Name
Herpailurus yagouaroundi
Lifespan
10-12 years (wild); Up to 20 years (captivity)

Drawings include:

Jaguarundi side elevation (standing), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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