Bobcat, Lynx rufus Schreber 1777
(Photo by Emily Hoyer, source)
Iberian lynx, Lynx pardinus Temminck 1827
There are only 120 of these left in the wild.
Eurasian lynx, Lynx lynx L.
Orphaned puma cub.
More photos over at Zooborns.
Canadian lynx, Lynx canadensis Kerr 1792.
Cute overload below the fold.
Serval Leptailurus serval Schreber 1776
Margay, Leopardus wiedii Schinz 1821
Oncilla Leopardus tigrinus Schreber 1775
Pampas cat, Leopardus pajeros Desmarest 1816
Plate from ‘The Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Beagle’
Andean mountain cat, Leopardus jacobitus Cornalia 1865.
Kodkod or guiña, Leopardus guigna Molina 1782
Geoffroy’s cat, Leopardus geoffroyi d’Orbigny & Gervais 1844
Colocolo, Leopardus colocolo Molina 1782
The next felid up should have been L. braccatus Cope 1889. Unfortunately I have was unable to find a good picture of the species. In any case, until recently, it was held to be a subspecies of the colocolo.
The Colocolo is a small cat, only weighing 3 to 7 kg on average. It is near threatened according to the IUCN.