Science will tell you the only real difference between the earth's species of cats is their size. Let's take a closer look at that, with wonderful footage of leopards in the wild doing the things all house cats do, in a clip from the BBC TV series Planet Earth 3.
However, size makes a big difference. Male leopards typically max out at around 100 pounds, but can reach 200 pounds. A leopard eats things like antelopes and warthogs, and needs between six and eight pounds of meat a day. Leopards are just as food-motivated as the typical house cat, so if your leopard doesn't get his daily allowance, well, you are about the right size prey to supplement that. (via Laughing Squid)