Pallas Cat Although these fun photos make the Pallas' cat seem like an interesting pet with an expressive face, their solitary and wild nature, as well as their high mortality rate at low altitudes, restricts them primarily to professional zoos.
Pallas' cat (also known Manul) - The small, solitary wild cat inhabits uplands, hilly areas, steppes with rocky outcrops as well as semidesert areas throughout Asia and the Middle East. It resides on the cold grasslands of Mongolia and Inner Mongolia too.
Fishing Cat. The fishing cat is a medium-sized wild cat of South and Southeast Asia. It is an endangered species; over the last decade, the fishing cat population throughout much of its Asian range declined severely. Like its closest relative, the leopard cat, the fishing cat lives along rivers, streams and mangrove swamps. It is well adapted to this habitat, being an eager and skilled swimmer. It is listed by IUCN RED LIST as "Endangered".
Pallas's Cat (Otocolobus manul), also called Manul, is a small wild cat having a broad but patchy distribution in the grasslands and montane steppe of Central Asia. It is about the size of a domestic cat.