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Old 02 October 2018, 04:44 PM
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Hello Kitty Smithsonian welcomes 3 newborn cheetahs at Virginia facility

https://wtop.com/virginia/2018/10/sm...inia-facility/

Cheetahs are endangered enough without these cuties going 'splodey!
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Old 02 October 2018, 06:11 PM
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Kittens! Kittens kittens kittens squeeee!

I can't figure out whether the one in the middle is yawning or yowling.

They must have done a really good job on handraising Mama. -- I wonder whether her apparent ability to parent properly owes something to having her brothers around when she was little, also? They probably taught each other how hard was too hard to bite.
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