In the wild, the big cats get all the attention. While conservationists rightly protect lions and tigers, the smallest cat in the wild may be neglected according to the Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders (EWCL).

This small cat, known as the Rusty Spotted Cat, is half the size of a domestic cat and lives in India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. If you love cats and work in a related field, perhaps you could spend your time learning more about the Rusty Spotted Cat. If you can breed enough of them, perhaps one day everyone can own a Rusty Spotted Cat if they wish.

To learn more about the Rusty Spotted Cat, click here.

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