Take one glance at the Pallas’s cat and it will leap from the grasslands of Central Asia and right into your heart.

Soon enough, you’ll feel ticklish all over like your entire body was cuddling in its fluffy fur, but don’t be alarmed–it’s only happiness. It’s completely natural to feel this way.

The Pallas´s Cat, also called Manul, is a small wildcat living in the grasslands and steppe of central asia.

It is named after the german naturalist Peter Simon Pallas, who first described the species in 1776.

Pallas’s cats are best adapted to cold arid environments and occupy steppes, alpine deserts and rocky country at fairly high elevations. They make their dens in caves, crevices, or burrows dug by other animals. They were originally believed to be primarily nocturnal, but are now being considered crepuscular.

How rare is this cat ? The International Species Information Service lists 117 worldwide, with 48 being in the U.S.

Information taken from IUCN Status Survey and Walkers Mammals of the World.


Responses to "Rare Pallas’s Cat Is The Cutest Animal Ever (Photos - Video)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is she reall? ultimate cutenes i can image me. I loooooooooove her

  2. So beautiful. Very sad that these cats are so rare but thankfully there are breeding programs going on to increase their numbers :)

  3. Morgana says:

    So beautifull and rare, unfortunately,

  4. Morgana says:

    They are rare that 48 have been seen in USA, pls dont destroy them.

  5. bmfilip2 says:

    That cat is very beautiful. Thank you for sharing this.

  6. Was lucky enough to be able to see some of these beautiful cats and other rare cats at the WHY in Ashford Kent and was allowed to feed them . Was amazing

  7. WHF not why lol

  8. Curious Cat. I bet it was the prototype for the Cheshire cat. So funny how it comes right up to the camera. What is the WHY in Ashford Kent? Or WHF? Must be truly amazing to see and feed them. Something so unique about them.

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