Zoological Center Tel-Aviv Ramat Gan received a wonderful surprise three weeks ago when their female Sand Cat, Rotem, gave birth to a litter of three kittens.
Oh God, the cuteness.
Today marks the beginning of finals period for me, and the race to graduation on the 15th! Here’s some cuteness for your Saturday, and some stress relief for my fellow students (and anyone else who needs it!)
So it's been a bit over a month since I got this little demon and she has completely come out of her shell as you all assured me she would.
I am home with my family and as per usual, our conversations tend to go something like this: That's a cute bag in that cute store. And the jelly? Totally cute. Oh and I love to go to Blanche and Mimi— all the cute candles and purses and soaps. All so cute. Do you see those Jane Austen's books? They are so cute. Oh…
I got a quick video of him, he is soooo cute!
Maybe you need an otter to fetch juice for you! It's so cuuuuuuuuuute! I think I want one.
Wandering Wombat, this one is for you...
SO ANIMALS. MUCH BABIES. WOW.
In order to avoid rage-commenting on an article on the mainpage I have decided to distract myself (and you guys) with kitties!
Quick! Find all the Bumblecat on Youtube!
This is a puppy:
Ouch, my feels.
This little Margay kitten was born on November 10 at Bioparque M'Bopicua, the same place that recently welcomed these Pampas kittens into the world. One kitten is the most typical litter size for Margays - only rarely do Margays give birth to more than one at a time.
These cougar cubs, all siblings, all female, were orphaned in Oregon and were cared for at the Oregon Zoo's veterinary department until they could be found homes at other facilities.