The Black-footed cat exhibits a distinctive appearance characterized by tawny fur adorned with a multitude of black spots, which envelop its entire body. Notably, its head possesses a darker hue compared to the remainder of its physique, albeit appearing paler above the eyes. Remarkably, the cat's whiskers boast a pristine white coloration, while its ears display grizzled dark brown hairs. Moreover, elongated stripes can be observed on the neck and back, originating from certain spots, while the shoulders exhibit transverse stripes formed by these spots. The forelegs and hind legs exhibit irregular striping patterns, contributing to the cat's unique appearance. The tail, too, bears a complex pattern of spots. Lastly, the undersides of the cat's feet display either black or dark brown pigmentation.