Asiatic Golden Cat was camera-trapped in 12 survey areas with 55 independent events (occurring from the southernmost to the northernmost survey areas) (Zaw et al, 2014). Habitat loss, degradation and poaching, as with other medium and small cats, have caused this species to decline. We believe that this species has decreased by around 20% over the past three generations (close to 20 years) due to forest loss and poaching. Asiatic golden cat is recorded across Myanmar according to camera trap surveys and opportunistic searches in the villages, hunting camps and markets as mentioned in Zaw et al. (2014), hence, the assessment team suspects that the species is still widespread, although the population in Myanmar is likely to be less than 10000 individuals.