New Species of Cat Discovered in South America--L. guttulus is one of the smallest species of South American wild cat, as it isn’t much bigger than a typical domesticated house cat. As full grown adults, these cats weigh about 6.5 pounds (3 kilograms). They are mostly yellow with brown and black spotted markings. Read more at http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/new-species-cat-discovered-south-america#tgTSHLVdxirM2YuZ.99
Scottish Wildcat - Felis silvestris silvestris No feral or farmcat, the Wildcat is a true wild species of cat; it was here long before we were and long before the domestic cat had first been bred by ancient farmers. Unique to Britain, and now only found in Scotland, the Scottish Wildcat is currently classified as an isolated island population of the European wildcat, Felis silvestris silvestris (Felidae)
Chinese Asian Golden Cat (Catopuma temminckii temminckii) rare species of which we know very little. One characteristic of the species is a band of very white fur under its tail, whose purpose is unknown. No other species of cat has this physical characteristic, with the exception of its cousin in Borneo, the even rarer Bay Cat (Catopuma badia). The Malaysian Asian Golden Cat is one of 3 different subspecies. It is smaller than the other two species and has a bright red colour.