Bay Cat

Interesting Facts: Bay Cats are also known as: Bornean Cat Bornean Red Cat Bornean Bay Cat Bornean Marbled Cat

Main Characteristics: Bay Cats are one of the rarest and least studied species of cat in the world. They have a body length of 55 cms (22 inches), a tail length of 35 cms (14 inches) and they weigh between 2.3 and 4.5 kgs (5 - 10 lbs).

They are reddish brown or grey in colour with a pale coloured underside. They have faint, dark markings on their underside and white markings on their head and chin. Their tail is long and they have small rounded ears.

Habitat: Bay Cats are found in the dense forests of Borneo and it is likely they live close to a water source.

Diet: It is thought that Bay Cats feed on small mammals and birds.

Breeding: Little is known about reproduction in Bay Cats.

Predators: There is no recorded data on predators of Bay Cats.

Subspecies: There are no subspecies of the Bay Cat.

Latin Name Catopuma badia
Conservation Status Endangered
Location Borneo, South East Asia
Colour Reddish/Brown or Grey
Length 55 cms (22 inches)
Tail 35 cms (14 inches)
Weight 2.3 - 4.5 Kgs (5 - 10 lbs)
Life Expectancy


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