A cheetah and a rare king cheetah with darker spots and lines running down her back. King cheetahs are the product of a recessive gene that causes a rare fur pattern mutation. - photo by Alison Lee Rubie, via save.big.cats, on Instagram; These are mother and daughter from Taronga Western Plains Zoo. The mother is the King cheetah. Original photo at https://www.facebook.com/alisonleerubiephotography/photos/a.1110152629004022.1073741828.1110150429004242/1110757402276878/?type=3&theater
This picture of an African Serval Cat is the epitome of powerful, athletic, muscular small wild cats and is the foundation ancestor cat of the Savannah breed! Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Sand cats are one of the smallest wild cats in the world, smaller than the domestic cats. Also known as the sand dune cat, is the only cat living foremost in true deserts. This small cat is widely distributed in the deserts of North Africa and Southwest and Central Asia.