The Scottish wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris syn. Felis silvestris grampia) is a European wildcat population in Scotland. This population is estimated to comprise between 1,000 and 4,000 individuals, of which only about 400 cats are thought to be a true wildcat. The Scottish wildcat population used to be widely distributed across Britain, but has declined drastically since the turn of the 20th century due to habitat loss and persecution. It is now limited to north and east Scotland although there is a program running that is reintroducing them to South West Scotland.
It is listed as Critically Endangered in the United Kingdom. Wildcats live foremost in mixed woodland, whereas feral and domestic cats live mostly in grasslands.
This coaster is 9cm in diameter. It is made with British leather in natural tan colour and has a water proof coating applied.
If you would like this coaster with a stain applied please note the colour on your order.
Available in singular pieces or sets of 2,4,6 or 8 and they come with a complementary gift box.
Please note: Leather is a natural product so appearance and size may differ slightly from piece to piece.