The Ocelot belongs to the mammals. The ocelot is a wild cat distributed extensively within South America, as well as the islands of Trinidad and Margarita, Central America, and Mexico. North of Mexico, it is found regularly only in the extreme southern part of Texas, although there are rare sightings in southern Arizona.
The ocelot is a medium-sized spotted cat, similar to the bobcat in physical proportions. The ocelot is between 55 and 100 centimeters (22 and 39 in) in head-and-body length and weighs 8–16 kilograms (18–35 lb). The thin tail, 26–45 centimeters (10–18 in) long, is ringed or striped and is shorter than the hind limbs.