Pet cats are domesticated animals that have been bred for thousands of years to be companions to humans.
Wildcats, on the other hand, are not domesticated and are typically found in the wild.
Pet cats are smaller in size and have a wider range of coat colors and patterns than wildcats.
Pet cats are typically more social and affectionate towards humans than wildcats.
Wildcats are solitary animals and are not typically kept as pets.
Pet cats are fed a diet of commercial cat food, while wildcats hunt and eat prey in the wild.