Friday Felid

Margay, Leopardus wiedii Schinz 1821 (source)
Margay, Leopardus wiedii Schinz 1821 (source)
Oncilla Leopardus tigrinus Schreber 1775 (source)
Ocelot, Leopardus pardalis L. (source)
Pampas cat, Leopardus pajeros Desmarest 1816 Plate from 'The Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Beagle' (source)
Andean mountain cat, Leopardus jacobitus Cornalia 1865. (source)
Kodkod or guiña, Leopardus guigna Molina 1782 (source)
Geoffroy's cat, Leopardus geoffroyi d'Orbigny & Gervais 1844 (source)
Colocolo, Leopardus colocolo Molina 1782 The next felid up should have been L. braccatus Cope 1889. Unfortunately I have was unable to find a good picture of the species. In any case, until recently, it was held to be a subspecies of the colocolo. The Colocolo is a small cat, only weighing 3 to 7 kg on average. It is near threatened according to the IUCN.
Eurasian wildcat, Felis sylvestris Schreber 1777
Black-footed cat, Felia nigripes Burchell 1824 <source>
Sand cat, Felis margarita Loche 1858. <source>
Pallas’ cat, Felis manul Pallas 1776 <source>
Jungle cat, Felis chaus Schreber 1777 (source)
Domestic cat, Felis catus L.
Chinese mountain cat, Felis bieti Milne-Edwards 1892
  Asian golden cat, Catopuma temminckii Vigors & Horsfield 1827 <Click for larger version> <source>
Bornean bay cat, Catopuma badia Gray 1874. <source>
Caracal, Caracal caracal Schreber 1776 <source>
Last year saw me present a mustelid every Monday. This year, I'm going to feature a member of the Felidae every Friday. In so doing, I will follow the taxonomy given in Wilson & Reeder's Mammal Species of the World. Cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus Schreber 1775 Click for larger version. <source>