Leopard Cat

  • Thailand

    Good citizens return lost leopard cat to national park in northern Thailand

    A baby leopard cat who strayed away from Nam Nao National Park in Phetchabun province, northern Thailand, has returned home with the help of some good citizens. Yesterday, the Office of Conservation Area 11 posted photos of an adorable, tiny, striped leopard kitten on Facebook with the caption… “We appreciate the good citizens who brought the #leopardcat (Prionailurus bengalensis), a…

  • Other News

    Pet leopard not a hit with neighbours in Chonburi, Thailand

    A couple in Chonburi, eastern Thailand, have not ingratiated themselves with neighbours after it was revealed they’re keeping a pet leopard in their home. It’s understood that a Thai woman known as Nittiya, and her foreign husband, nationality unconfirmed, have just recently moved to the area from Chiang Mai, and news of their unusual pet has put neighbours very much…

  • Environment

    Lost Leopard Cat kitten being cared by Phang Nga wildlife officials

    The small leopard cat kitten, found near a rubber plantation, is doing well and being cared for by Phang Nga wildlife nursery staff. It is not known what happened to the kitten’s mother. It was rescued on Monday near a rubber plantation in Krabi province by a Ban Pho Riang resident. The surprised passerby who found the the kitten fetched called officials at…

  • Phuket

    UPDATE: Leopard Cat recovering after car accident with Soi Dog Foundation vets

    PHOTO: ‘Happy Tiger’ – Recovering at Soi Dog Foundation, Mai Khao The condition of the Leopard Cat remains much the same – there has been no real improvement. The leopard cat is still under the care of Soi Dog Foundation vets. The vets have reported that his left eye doesn’t respond to light or anything and is probably blind. The…

  • Phuket

    Leopard cat rescued after being hit by car in Thalang

    PHOTOS: The Phuket Marine National Parks Operation Centre 2 A Leopard cat, which sustained an injury after being hit by a car in Thalang, was rescued and treated yesterday. The Phuket Marine National Parks Operation Centre (MNPOC) yesterday reported that officials were notified by locals that an injured Leopard Cat was found near the Tsunami Memorial Wall in Mai Khao. The…