Malawi is a Serval and is a resident at the WHF site in Kent.
Despite his relatively small size those teeth are enough to discourage most from getting too close.
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The spotted coat of the serval is sometimes marketed as “young leopard” or cheetah, and therefore attracts a hearty price on the black market. This, as well as the serval’s proclivity for poultry raids, makes it a target for hunters. Consequently, servals are no longer found in heavily populated areas.