The fishing cat is from Southeast Asia and is considered a "threatened" species due to urban development shrinking the wetlands that it calls home. About twice the size of a housecat, it is fast and powerful. So fast, in fact, that it's primary source of food is fish, which it catches by pouncing from the bank of a river right on top of the unsuspecting fish.
This fishing cat lives at the Riverbanks Zoo & Garden. His home seems nice but given the speed with which he traverses his enclosure, I think he would be happier in a more open space.
This photograph was captured with a Sony a6300.