The Berlin Zoo is celebrating the first birth of Rusty-Spotted Cats in its 168-year history. Rusty-Spotted Cats are the world's smallest wild cats, weighing only 2.0 to 3.5 lb (0.9 to 1.6 kg) as adults.
Although this little guy looks just like a regular house kitty he will weigh as much as 40 pounds and be almost two feet tall when he’s full grown. Bobcats are distinguished from most domestic cats by the tufts on their ears as well as their size.
Savannahs are incredibly interesting cats. They are the result of breeding a standard domestic cat with the "serval", an African wild cat. Apparently great jumpers, up to 8 feet or more, and loyal and smart...I WANT ONE!!!