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The Rusty-Spotted Cat Is The Smallest Wild Cat In The World

The rusty-spotted cat (Prionailurus rubiginosus) is one of the smallest wild cat species in the world – 14 to 19 inches in length, with a 5.9 to 12 inch tail, and weighs between 2 to 3.5 lbs. The cat is found only in India and Sri Lanka, mostly in forested areas but also scrub and grasslands. It is estimated that there are less than 10,000 mature cats in the wild.

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Meet Messi The House Puma

He was too small to survive in the wild so this family decided to adopt him! ❤️🐆

Posted by LADbible on Sunday, January 7, 2018
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Messi, the unbelievably adorable puma, is living like a big cat he knows he is. You might think it's strange but because Messi is 30% smaller than the average male puma, his size makes him incredibly vulnerable to wildlife nature. Sadly, his size was not the only problem, he also suffered from health problems since he was a cub. So Zoos also rejected him. Insert Tears Here. Luckily for him, an amazing family decided to adopt the loving big cat and give him a proper loving home. 

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A cat maps out a detailed knocking-over-fish-bowl strategy but gets a bit distracted in the process. Watch and see what happens.  


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Three years ago, photographer Tim Whitaker captured the majestic sight of sheep from the Hill Country Farm in Rangitikei, New Zealand, being corralled by a pack of sheepdogs. From the ground, we can imagine how chaotic it must be, what with all those animals trotting and running around. However, from up in the air, everything looks so peaceful and in sync.

Via The Dodo
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When Sheridan and Joel Lathe quit their jobs to sail the world, they never imagined how many animals in need they'd save. Sheridan is a veterinarian and her husband, Joel, is a marine biologist. Together they have established a mobile veterinary clinic on their boat saving animals everywhere they go. Watch their amazing story. For more of this couple's journey to help animals around the world, check them out on Instagram and Facebook. Via: The Dodo