Video: The World’s Smallest Cat

The Rusty Spotted Cat is the world’s smallest feline.

They live in the forests of Sri Lanka, which means it’s rare to see one in the wild. That and they’re only about 3 pounds and over a foot long, which combined with their agility makes them quite difficult to spot. But don’t let their diminutive size and obvious cuteness distract you from the fact that they’re still rather decent hunters.

After watching this little guy in action, you’ll probably want one for yourself! Unfortunately they’re almost on the endangered list, so you might have to save this video to your favorites instead.

Meet the Author: Thomas Mulcahy

Thomas can't remember a time when his household didn't have a four-legged member of the family. When our Giant Schnauzer isn't digging around for rodents to play with, she's patiently waiting for food to drop to the floor or barking at the mailman. Thomas now swears by Schnauzers as being the best breed ever—they don't shed and they're the smartest and most entertaining dogs he's ever met. Plus the Giants make great wrestling partners.

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