Officially the smallest breed of felines in the world, Rusty Spotted Cats can be found in India and Sri Lanka. It was reported that these tiny animals live in Nepal as well. The world’s smallest wild cat weighs a mere 1.8-3.5 lbs (0.8-1.6 kg) and is 14 to 19 inches (35 to 48 cm) long (not counting the tail). There are 10,000 Rusty-Spotted Cats currently living in the wilds and the species is listed as vulnerable by the IUCN. The animal’s name derives from its rusty spots that cover the cat’s grey fur on the back. You can see how this little creature looks like in the video below.