It's quite possible for a cat to survive at its terminal velocity of 60 miles per hour, as demonstrated by a study done on 132 cats falling an average of 5.5 stories, published in The Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 90% survived, albeit many requiring medical attention. A cat in Boston, Massachusetts survived a fall from a 19-story window with only a bruised chest, and there are documented cases of cats falling from the 32nd story of New York skyscrapers and surviving. Landing unscathed, however, is far from guaranteed.
The Ocicat is an all-domestic breed of cat which resembles a wild cat but has no wild DNA in its gene pool. There are twelve colors approved by most registries, including tawny, chocolate, cinnamon, blue, lavender, fawn, black silver, chocolate silver, cinnamon silver, blue silver, lavender silver and fawn silver.
Proailurus (meaning "first cat") is an extinct carnivoran felid that lived in Europe and Asia approximately 25 million years ago. A small animal, just a little larger than a domestic cat, it weighed about 20 lbs. and had a long tail, large eyes and sharp claws and teeth.