CatChannel Exclusive: 36 Wild Cat Species

We would like to thank the following organizations for helping to make this project possible:

Small Cat Conservation Alliance

Cat Action Treasury (CAT)

Cat Survival Trust

Cincinnati Zoo

We encourage you to click on these organizations’ links to visit their websites and find out how you can help them as they work to save the diminishing wild cat populations of the world.

If you are interested in helping a specific cat, click on the link at the end of that cat’s summary. If there is no place to make a donation, you can email the project coordinator and ask how you can help.   For more wild cat articles, click here.

African Golden Cat. Via John Gerrard Keulemans/WikipediaAfrican Golden CatAndean Mountain Cat. Via Jim Sanderson/Wikipedia
Andean Mountain Cat
Asiatic Golden Cat.  Via  Marie Hale/Flickr
Asiatic Golden Cat
Black-Footed Cat. Via Zbyszko/Wikipedia
Black-Footed Cat
Bobcat. VIa Grrlpup/Wikipedia
Bay Cat. Via Jim Sanderson/Wikipedia
Borneo Bay Cat
Canadian Lynx. Via Keith Williams/Wikipedia
Canadian Lynx
A Caracal at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Via smata2/Wikipedia
Cheetah. Via Wegmann/Wikipedia
Chinese Mountain Cat. Via Hypatia88/Wikipedia
Chinese Mountain Cat
Clouded Leopard. Via Vearl Brown/Wikipedia
Clouded Leopard
Eurasian Lynx. Via  dogrando/Flickr
Eurasian Lynx
Fishing Cat.Via kellinahandbasket/Flickr
Fishing Cat
Flat-Headed Cat. Via Jim Sanderson/Wikipedia
Flat-Headed Cat
Geoffroy's Cat. Via Daf-de/Wikipedia
Geoffroy’s Cat
Iberian Lynx. Via Manedwolf/Wikipedia
Iberian Lynx
Jaguar. Via Snowmanradio/James/Wikipedia
Jaguarundi. Via Alena Houšková/Wikipedia
Jungle Cat. Via L. Shyamal/Wikipedia
Jungle Cat
Kodkod. Via Mauro Tammone/Wikipedia
Leopard. Via William Warby/Flickr
Leopard Cat. Via Kuribo/Wikipedia
Leopard Cat
Lion. Via Kevin Pluck/Wikipedia
Marbled Cat illustration. Via Richard Lydekker/Wikipedia
Marbled Cat
Margay. Via  Tambako The Jaguar/Flickr
Ocelot.  Via Pixabay
Oncilla. Via  Groumfy69/Wikipedia
Pallas Cat.  Via Jar0d/Wikipedia
Pallas Cat
Pampas Cat. Via ZooPro/Wikipedia
Pampas Cat
Puma. Via CHUCAO/Wikipedia
Rusty-Spotted Cat. Via UrLunkwill/Wikipedia
Rusty-Spotted Cat
Sand Cat. Via  Becker1999/Flickr
Sand Cat
Serval. Via Bob/Wikipedia
Snow Leopard. Via Eric Kilby/Flickr
Snow Leopard
Tiger. Via Bjørn Christian Tørrissen/Wikipedia
Wild Cat. Via  Tambako The Jaguar/Flickr