One of the world’s smallest cats chirps like a wee bird

LIVE SCIENCE – The smallest wild cat in the Western Hemisphere is about the size of a domestic house cat, with tiny, rounded ears, a face resembling a cheetah cub’s, and a bushy, striped tail. It also sounds remarkably like a chirping bird; you can hear its burbling chirrups in a new recording, thought to be the first published audio of these endearing vocalisations. More details in Tuesday’s Borneo Bulletin.