Sand Cat Endangered Facts. Sand cats doesn’t need water for survival The endangered arabian sand cat is the only feline to live in the sand dune environment.
Sand cats can survive without water long period of time (couple of months). Sand cats diet includes reptiles and arthropods. They are also good snake hunters.
Sand cats are the most difficult to study cat breeds in the wild.
However, that doesn't mean the species' threats. The endangered arabian sand cat is the only feline to live in the sand dune environment. Reproduction of the sand cat. Desertification, loss of vegetation and habitat degradation along with persecution in retaliation for killing chicks have put them at risk.