The Most Expressive Cat Breed In The World
Have you heard of the manul cat? Also called Pallas's cat, they are,
unfortunately, a nearly threatened species of wild cat. Their habitats are in
the grasslands and montane steppes of Central Asia. Their distinguishing marks
are round pupils, stubby legs and a flat face with wide set ears.
These features give them the ability to make a great variety of facial
expressions that most cats can't. Unfortunately these cats need very special
care and cannot survive just anywhere or at any zoo, so don't expect to see one
at a zoo near you, but only in specially professional habitats or in the wild.