In the Wild:
Pardine genets are largely solitary, coming together only to breed. After mating, gestation is approximately 90 days, after which the female can give birth to up to 5 kittens. Genets are nocturnal and adept at climbing trees.
Due to threats from disturbed habitat and hunting for skins and bushmeat, the pardine genet will need future reassessment as to its IUCN conservation status.