How did felines get to Peru?
During the Ice Age there was a land bridge between the Americas and Asia. It is thought that the ancestors of today's wild cats crossed the bridge from Asia. Eventually, they made their way south into Peru and the rest of South America.
Felines did not have to travel to Peru, as when the continents were all joined some animals stayed in particular areas. As a result when the continents became seperate the animals were forced to stay in that particular place. So the animals then evolved into the modern day wild and domestic cats.