| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||Yellowish to Silver Grey with Black Markings
||45 - 90 cms (17.7 - 35.4 inches)
||28 - 37 cms (11 - 14.6 inches)
||4 - 8 Kgs (8.8 - 17.6 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
Leopard Cats have a body length between 45 and 90 cms (17.7 - 35.4 inches), a tail length between 28 and 37 cms (11 - 14.6 inches) and they weigh between 4 and 8 kgs (8.8 - 17.6 lbs). Their size varies depending on the region in which they live.
Leopard Cats have the widest geographic range of any feline. They can be found in a range of habitats in south to east Asia.
Leopard Cats feed on a variety of small prey including mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and insects.
After a gestation period of 60 - 70 days, Leopard Cats give birth to 2 - 4 youngsters.
Subspecies of the Leopard Cat are:
Prionailurus bengalensis alleni
Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis
Prionailurus bengalensis borneoensis
Prionailurus bengalensis chinensis
Prionailurus bengalensis euptilurus
Prionailurus bengalensis heaneyi
Prionailurus bengalensis horsfieldii
Prionailurus bengalensis javanensis
Prionailurus bengalensis rabori
Prionailurus bengalensis sumatranus
Prionailurus bengalensis trevelyani
The iriomote cat was one considered a subspecies of the Leopard Cat, but now they are a species in their own right.