The most common breed in India is the Indian Billi, which adapts well to the country’s climatic conditions. According to historical documents, the Indian Billi is a quiet and friendly cat breed that originated in Sri Lanka and India. It has a long tail that is darker than the rest of its body. It has grey spots on its fur. They are also known as spotted cats, and they are popular among people because of their remarkable beauty. Female cats are more graceful and smaller than male cats. They have a long tail that reaches the shoulder and a rectangular frame with a medium build, strong muscles and bones. The Indian Billi has even-length shoulders and hips, as well as medium-length legs with oval-shaped paws. The majority of its body is covered in reddish great fur, with rusty markings on the back and flanks. There are four blackish lines that run over the eyes, two of which extend down the neck. This breed’s chin, throat, inner side of the limbs, and belly are pale with small brownish markings.
Because they are shy and affectionate, these fierce cats can be easily tamed as a house pet. Due to unpleasant causes such as accidents, untreated disease, and dog fights, a stray’s life is cut short to little over ten years. These cats can live up to 18 years if given good care and kept in a pleasant environment. A lot of Indian Billis love to venture out of the house once a day as they love roaming around in the near vicinity.