Geoffroy’s cats are one of the smallest wildcats on earth. They are size of a domestic cat. Average weight ranges from 4 to 8 pounds some males weigh as much as 12 pounds. Like many wild cats the ears of a Geoffroy’s cat have the white spot behind, paw pads are dark the nose a brick red and eye color ranges from clear gold to amber. Their fur has numerous black spots, but the background color varies from black to silver-gray to a deep orange with brownish-yellow most common. Unusual among cats, Geoffroy’s cats have been observed to stand up on their hind legs to scan the surrounding landscape, using their tail as a support. A similar posture is seen in weasels, meerkats and prairie dogs, but not generally in other felines.
Occasionally we have a Geoffroy kitten available for approved homes where legal. They do not make good house pets. Our Geoffroy cats are in program for to purpose to help in preserving this wonderful will species and development of the Safari breed