What are facts about wild cats?

Well, I used to be a fan of cheetahs and I know a little about them. The cheetah is the worlds fastest land animal and it can reach speeds of 70 mph. Unlike other cats, the cheetah has a leaner body, longer legs and has been reffured to as the greyhound of the cats. It is not an aggresive animal, only when it is preying upon its food. It has weak jaws and a small mouth allowing it not to be able to fight bigger animals. But the price is paid with its ability to run really fast and outbeat any of the other animals. That's the only cat I really know about in the cat family, other than that, the cougar is the strongest cat out of the wild cat family. I hope this gave you a better understanding of wild cats.

There are 38 species of wild cats. the ones known as the the big cats are the most popular and largest of the wild cats. The big cats are: tiger, lion, leopard, jaguar, clouded leopard, cheetah,puma (also known as cougar or mountain lion) and snow leopard. wild cats live all over the world in the USA, South America, Central America, Africa, Asia, Europe, Canada, Mexico, Alaska and Russia. But no wild cats live in new zealand, Australia, iceland, Greenland,Madagascar, Hawaii or the carribean. The largest wild cat in the Siberian tiger, the smallest is the black footed cat. (also known as the anthill tiger cat, little spotted cat, or sebala cat.)