Leopard Cat is one of the most beautiful felines in nature. It has a wide geographical distribution with marked differences in appearance in various parts of its range, leading many to classify it into a variety of subspecies. Size also varies in accordance with the habitat. In the southern part of its range, the Leopard Cat is nearly two feet long (including tail) whereas the northern Leopard Cat of Amur region is longer (over three feet) and heavier (ten to fifteen pounds).
Prionailurus Bengalensis, the Leopard Cat is slightly larger than a big domestic cat. Fur color also varies across the range of Leopard Cat, though it is generally yellowish in south and grayish-white in north. Underside, chest, lower part of head are all white with various dark markings, spots and rosettes, on the body. These brownish black spots often join to form stripes