Here are two of the best photos of the fierce and diminutive black-footed cat by a talented amateur photographer who publishes her photographs on Flickr. These images are protected by copyright please note. She has kindly agreed to let me publish the photographs here. You can see her photostream here: Photos of Anne-Marie Kalus. If you want to use them please contact her on Flickr.
The black-footed cat has the appearance of a wild-looking domestic tabby cat with a high contrast pattern.
The facial appearance is very domestic cat looking. However, you will not see these tabby pattern markings on a domestic cat.
The classic tabby "M" mark on the forehead is missing. There are a different set of genes at work.
As the name suggests, the paw pads are black.
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