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The Asian golden cat is heavily built. It has a head-body length of 26 to 41 in, with a tail 16 to 22 in long, and is 22 in tall at the shoulder. The weight ranges from 20 to 35 lb.


The black-footed cat is one of the smallest wild cats in the world. Adult males weigh 4 to 5 lb. Adult females weigh 3 to 4lb. Males reach a head-to-body length of 14 to 17in with tails 7 to 8in long. Females are smaller with a head-to-body-length of 12 to 15 in and tails 5 to 7in long. The shoulder height is about 10in for both genders.


The adult bobcat is 19 to 50in long from the head to the base of the tail, and stands about 12 to 24 in at the shoulders. Adult males can range in weight from 14 to 40 lb, with an average of 21 lb; females at 8.8 to 33.7 lb, with an average of 15 lb.


The Canadian Lynx is smaller than its Eurasian cousin, at a weight of 11 to 37 lb, 30 to 42 in in length, and a shoulder height of 19 to 22 in. Males are typically larger than females. Although the species is larger on average than the bobcat.


The caracal is the largest of The "small cats." Males can weigh up to 40 lb, and females up to 35 lb. Caracals are about16 to 20 in tall at the shoulder. The male and female look the same and Its eye pupils shrink to circles, while other cats' pupils shrink to slits.


Adult cheetahs are 28 to 35 in tall at the shoulder. Males are slightly larger than females and have slightly bigger heads. In head-and-body length, they range from 25 to 72in with a 26 to 28in long tail. They weigh between 81 and 106 lb. Females range in head-and-body length from 42 to 64 in with a 23 to 27in long tail, and weigh between 73 and 94 lb.


Chinese mountain cat resembles a European wildcat in its physical appearance. It is 27 to 33 in long, plus a 12 to 16in tail. The adult weight can range from 14 to 20 lb. They have a relatively broad skull, and long hair growing between the pads of their feet. The fur is sand-coloured with dark guard hairs; the underside is whitish, legs and tail bear black rings.


Clouded leopards weigh between 25 and 51 lb. Females vary in head-to-body length from 2 to 37 in, with a tail 24 to 32in long. Males are larger at 32 to 43in with a tail 29 to 36in long. Their shoulder height varies from 20 to 22 in.


Cougars are slender and agile members of the cat family. They are the fourth-largest cat; adults stand about 24 to 35in tall at the shoulders. Adult males are around 90in long nose-to-tail and females average 72in long. Of this length, 25 to 37in is comprised by the tail. Males weigh 115 to 220lbs. Females typically weigh between 64 and 141lbs.


The Eurasian lynx is the largest lynx species, ranging in length from 31 to 51in and standing about 24 to 30in at the shoulder. The tail measures 4 to 10in in length. Males usually weigh from 40 to 66lbs and females weigh 18 to 46lb. It has powerful, relatively long legs, with large webbed and furred paws that act like snowshoes.


Fishing cats are about twice the size of a domestic cat and have a stocky, muscular build with medium to short legs. Their head-to-body length typically ranges from 22 to 31in, with a short tail of 8 to 12in, which is one half to one third the length of the rest of the animal. They weigh from 11 to 35 lb. Webbed feet have often been noted as a characteristic of the fishing cat.


Geoffroy's cat is about the size of a domestic cat, being about 20 to 24in in length, with a 10 to 12 in tail. This feline weighs only 4 to 11lb). Generally those found in the southern part of their range are larger than those from the north, and males are larger than females.


The Iberian Lynx's head and body length is 33 to 43in, with the short tail an additional 5 to 10in. The shoulder height is 24 to 28in. The male is larger than the female, with the weight of 22 to 45lbs, Compared to 21 to 37lbs for females. They are about half the size of a Eurasian lynx.


The jaguar's size and weight vary considerably: weights are normally in the range of 124–211 lb. Larger males have been known to weigh as much as 348lbs.Though the smallest females have low weights 79 lb. Females are typically smaller than males. The length, from the nose to the base of the tail of the cats varies from 37 to 63in. Their tails measure 24 to 30in in length. The jaguar stands 25 to 30in tall at the shoulders.


The jaguarundi has short legs, an elongated body, and a long tail. The ears are short and rounded. The coat is without spots, uniform in color, with, at most, a few faint markings on the face and underside. The coat can be either blackish to brownish-grey or foxy red to chestnut ; individuals of both colors can be born in the same litter. It has a total length of 21 to 30in with a 12 to 24in long tail, and weighs 8 to 20lb.


The jungle cat can range from 20 to 37in in length, plus a short 8 to 12in tail. They stand 12 to 14in tall. Weight varies from 16 to 35lbs, with an average weight being around 18 lb. Females are slightly smaller than males. This feline is largest at the northern limits of its range and becomes smaller-bodied closer to the tropics.


The kodkod has a small head, large feet, and a thick tail. An adult weighs 4 to 6lbs, with a typical length of 15 to 20in and a short 8 to 10in tail. They have a shoulder height of 10 to 12in. The coat has a base color ranging from brownish-yellow to grey-brown. The body is decorated with dark spots, with a pale underside and a ringed tail. Melanistic kodkods with spotted black coats are quite common.


Leopards head and body length is usually between 35 and 65in. The tail reaches 24 to 43in long. Shoulder height is from 18 to 31in. Males are larger than females, weighing 66 to 201lb compared to 51 to 132lbs for females. Large males of up to 215 lb have been known to exists in South Africa; and the females from the Somalia only average 51 to 60lbs.


In the tropics, leopard cats weigh 1 to 9lbs, having head-body lengths of 15 to 26in, with 7 to 12in tails. In northern China and Siberia, they weigh up to16lbs, and have head-body lengths of up to 30in; generally, they put on weight before winter and become thinner until spring. Shoulder height is 11 to 16in.


The size of adult lions varies averaging around 175 to 280lbs in males and females. Their head to body lengths range from 60 to 80in, with tail lengths of 20 to 24in. The males are typically weight more than the females and grow a large, heavy mane around the head and down a bit of their back, stopping generally at their shoulder blades.


The marbled cat is similar in size to a domestic cat, with a more thickly furred tail, showing adaptation to its lifestyle, where the tail is used as a counterbalance. Marbled cats range from 18 to 24in in head-body length, with a tail length of 9 to 18in. Weights vary between 4 and 11lbs. The coat is thick and soft, and varies in background color from dark grey-brown through yellowish grey to red-brown. In addition to its long tail, the marbled cat can also be distinguished by its large feet.


The margay is very similar to the ocelot in appearance, although the head is a little shorter, the eyes larger, and the tail and legs longer. It weighs from 6 to 9lbs, with a body length of 19 to 31in, and a tail length of 13 to 20in. Unlike most other mammals, the female possesses only two teats.


The ocelot ranges from 27 to 39in in length, plus a 10 to 18in tail. They typically weigh 18 to 40lbs. It has sleek, smooth fur, rounded ears and relatively large front paws. While similar in appearance to the oncilla and margay, which inhabit the same region, the ocelot is larger than both of them and unlike the margay has the normal number of teats, being six.


The oncilla resembles the margay and the ocelot but it is smaller, with a slender build and narrower muzzle. It grows 15 to 23in long, plus a 8 to 17in tail. While this is somewhat longer than the average domestic cat, oncilla is generally lighter, weighing 3 to 7lbs.


The Pallas's cat is about the size of a domestic cat, its body is 18 to 26in long and its tail is 8 to 12in long. It weighs 6 to 10lbs. The combination of its stocky posture and long, dense fur makes it appear stout and plush. Its fur is light with dark vertical bars on the torso and forelegs.


The rusty-spotted cat rivals the black-footed cat as the world's smallest wild cat. It is 14 to 19in in length, with a 6 to 12 tail. It weighs only 2 to 4lbs. The short fur is grey over most of the body, with rusty spots over the back and flanks, while the underbelly is white with large dark spots. The darker colored tail is thick and about half the length of the body.


The sand cat is a small, stocky cat with short legs and a relatively long tail. The fur is of a pale sandy color. Markings vary between individuals. There are blackish bars on the limbs, and the tail has a black tip with two or three dark rings alternating with buff bands. Its head and body length ranges 15 to 20in with a 9 to 12i  long tail. It weighs from 3 to 7lb. The undersides of the paws are protected from extreme temperatures by a thick covering of fur.


The serval is a medium-sized cat, measuring 23 to 36in in head-body length, with an 8 to 17in tail. They have a shoulder height of 21 to 26in, part if this being due to the fact that they have exceptionally long slender legs. Weight ranges from 15 to 26lbs in females, and from 20 to 40lb in males. Their markings resemble that of something Similar to the ocelot or margay.


Snow leopards generally weigh between 60 and 121lbs, with an occasional large male reaching 165pbs and small females under 55lbs. They have a relatively short body, measuring in length from the head to the base of the tail 30 to 50in. However, the tail is quite long, 31 to 39in. They are stocky and short-legged felines, standing 20 to 24 in at the shoulder.


Tigers are the most variable in size, The Bengal and Siberian subspecies are the tallest and thus considered the largest living felids. Males vary in total length from 98 to 154in and weigh between 198 to 415lbs. Females vary in total length from 79 to 108in, weighing 143 to 368lbs. In either sex, the tail represents about 24 to 43 in of the total length.

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