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Feb 27

Cool Cats on HepCaturday

The Cincinnati Zoo’s lovely (and big) baby tigers enjoying the snow.



This cool cat video posted by CincinnatiZooTube .

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Feb 09

Mesker Park Zoo’s JagCam

This past September (09/22/09) two baby girls were born to Indiana’s Mesker Park Zoo’s jaguars, Beliza and Cuxtal. Last month the babies were named Zimba and Maya. And today I watched those cute little babies snacking it up and having some nappie time; but I didn’t go to Indiana, I did it from my own dining room on the Mesker JagCam.

click to watch the Mesker Park Zoo Jaguar Cam live

There is a day room camera and a den camera, so click over, wait a bit for the live camera to scan the room and you’re very likely to see some great JaguAction and maybe even some native Indianans visiting the beautiful cats.

Here’s a close-up of the lovely little fur balls:

maya and zimba with their beautiful jaguar coats

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Feb 05

Sand Cat Kittehs at the Cincinnati Zoo

More great wild kitteh video! These Sand Cats are even cuter than the Fishing Cats I posted a few days ago! Sand Cats are little fellers, only about 6 lbs when fully grown. Their giganormous ears and little rugby stripe arms are making me loose my mind!



Not to mention… “OOOOOFT! I’FE STEFFED ON MAH WHIFFKERS!!” (Wait for it…wait for it…YEAH!)



These cute wild kitten videos posted by CincinnatiZooTube .

The Cincinnati Zoo is internationally known for its success in the protection and propagation of endangered animals and plants, and engages in research and conservation projects worldwide. Their small wild cat breeding programs are of special interest. (Obviously. :))

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Feb 02

Sweet Fishing Cat Kittehs at the Cincinnati Zoo

Fishing cats are between 13 and 26 pounds when grown depending on the region of Asia. They love water and jump right in to get snacks. These Fishing Cats at the Cincinnati Zoo are some cute babies! Get in there and getcha some noms little kittehs!!



This cute wild kitten video posted by CincinnatiZooTube .

Sadly, Fishing Cats are an endangered species. But The Cincinnati Zoo is internationally known for its success in the protection and propagation of endangered animals and plants, and engages in research and conservation projects worldwide. Their small wild cat breeding programs are of special interest. (Obviously. :))

There’s more about Fishing Cats on ZooBorns.com and lots of other sweet zoo babies! Be prepared for extreme cuteness time sink.

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