The Sand Cat can live without drinking water and feeds on venomous snakes. It’s safe to say that the Sand Cat the Chuck Norris of the animal world, even if it looks like your run of the mill, internet kitty. Like its name suggest, it’s usually found in desert areas in the arid countries of Northern America, Arabia, and some parts of Central Asia and Pakistan.
It has distinctive, large ears; all the better to hear you with, in the vast expanses of sandy terrain through which sound doesn’t travel very well. The Sand Cat has mastered the art of adapting its environment; it can literally live without drinking water. Instead, it gets all the fluid it requires from its prey like its cousin the Black-footed Cat (another cute but deadly creature).
The Sand Cat doesn’t discriminate when it comes to its prey. It eats rodents, insects, birds of all sizes, venomous snakes; if the desert has it, then the Sand Cat eats it. Another reason not to get lost in the desert.