BBC 's new wildlife programme soon to be broadcasted on Thursday 11th Jan, 2018 is where you can get to watch the rusty spotted cat in it's full glory and this has taken the internet by storm. This is what they actually look like. This cute feline can be found mainly in Sri Lanka and India. Despite it being a predator, what has got everyone talking is the adorableness this feline exhumes, due to it's small size with many looking forward to the BBC documentary after this was posted on Twitter.
— BBC Earth (@BBCEarth) January 8, 2018
— Wild Kingdom (@WildKingdom) June 3, 2017
— Pugdundee Safaris (@PugdundeeSafari) October 15, 2017
— Big Cat Sanctuary (@TheBigCatSanct) November 6, 2017
The reactions from the public as well is what helped this rusty spotted cat to become a talking subject around the world with some claiming this is just going be a designer item for the wealthy due to it's rarity.
It's most unethical to want one, but I do (theoretically of course)
— ruth waterton #FBPE (@mefinx) January 8, 2018
Great now the illegal sale of theses cats will skyrocket and they'll suffer as they won't survive in city dwellings & may attack humans given their lack of domestication.
— Kons 🦊 (@SentinelofMercy) January 9, 2018
I wish for their sake they would've stayed unknown. I can see them becoming the next designer pet for the wealthy, as a status symbol. They'll be in some women's designer pocketbook walking down Rodeo in Beverly Hills or on the upper west side of Manhattan😞
— Own Your Masters (@ThaArchitect) January 9, 2018
Here is a preview of the upcoming documentary.