The Domestic or house cat is the most common member of the Felidae family worldwide. There are an estimated 100 million cats in the western world. There are over 100 breeds currently recognized, and that number grows yearly. All of the current breeds of the domestic cat are decedents of the wild cat, originally native to Asia and Africa.
- The specimen exhibits signs of healed trauma to the top of the skull (see photos for details)
- Exhibits pathology
- Skull Length 7cm (2.8in)
- Skull Width 4.7cm (1.9in)
- Skull Height 4.1cm (1.6in)