Geoffrey's Cat - Oncifelis geoffreyi

Weight: 6 lbs
Head/Body: 20 in
Tail: 12 in
Subspecies: 5

The Geoffroy's cat is a small cat with a well-proportioned body and head. Its coat varies from silver grey to ochre and is covered all over with equally-placed small dark brown or black spots. On the shoulders and flanks of some individuals the spots may merge to form rosettes or bars.

The Geoffroy's cat may be found in the open brushlands and scrub of South America south of the Amazon basin and East of the Andes, where it hunts by night, from the ground, and seeks small mammals and birds. The Geoffroy's cat is an exceptionally mild-tempered cat, and has been bred with the domestic cat in an effort to produce a tame but wild-looking hybrid.