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(Daily Mail)   Leopard terrifies workers in India with a bone chilling growl. Sort of   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2127 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 09 Nov 2018 at 1:35 AM (10 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2018-11-08 03:02:37 PM  
Sure it's cute now, but wait until it starts eating their faces.
 
2018-11-09 05:39:04 AM  
Those are not leopards:

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But they definitely qualify for a d'awwww
 
2018-11-09 05:49:38 AM  
I'm thinking "Rusty Spotted Cat" (Prionailurus rubiginosus) or "Leopard Cat" (Prionailurus bengalensis),.

/assuming that the video is actually from India
//given the source, it is now safe to assume the India does not actually exist
///third slashie for tiny, tiny claws
 
2018-11-09 06:54:39 AM  
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2018-11-09 07:10:14 AM  
It sounded like a dog to me.
 
2018-11-09 08:00:05 AM  

Walker: Sure it's cute now, but wait until it starts eating their faces.


Soon!

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2018-11-09 08:39:16 AM  
Pissed my dogs right off with that video!  Hell hath no fury like a Brittany Spaniel who thinks some strange dog has invaded her house.
 
2018-11-09 08:39:17 AM  
Don't care.  Give them to me!
 
2018-11-09 10:11:29 AM  
Baby opossums gaping in threat and displaying their lack of teeth are also amusing.
 
2018-11-09 10:18:24 AM  
For god's sake, someone with skills dub a menacing growl in there! This is hurting his/her tiny self-esteem!
 
2018-11-09 11:27:55 AM  
Wait- human beings found adorable babies of wild species... and they left them alone?

This truly is my shocked face.

Yes, I realize they are likely to be smart about wild animals in a region where they are more likely to encounter them but usually there's that one idiot who thinks he knows better.
 
2018-11-09 12:31:19 PM  
Yes, bone chilling.

Not the kittehs, but the knowledge that momma is likely not far away and will fark up anyone near when she returns.
 
2018-11-09 01:29:18 PM  

DoBeDoBeLurk: For god's sake, someone with skills dub a menacing growl in there! This is hurting his/her tiny self-esteem!


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2018-11-09 01:50:25 PM  
That kitty's gonna remember that dog...
 
2018-11-09 02:10:35 PM  
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2018-11-09 02:48:33 PM  
Our younger cat, who is at least two years old (shelter cat, age uncertain) is like that. She is a very petite cat and when she tries to growl (like when she has her claws clipped), this high-pitched whining sound comes out. It's hysterical.

Not so hysterical when she reverts to teeth and claws, though. Those are more of the leopard class. And in the time since we adopted her, she has perfected the flared-ears-narrowed-eyes FU look. Wow if looks could kill.
 
2018-11-09 03:13:50 PM  

Scanty Em: flared-ears-narrowed-eyes FU look.


There is nothing funnier than when a very young kitten does that.
 
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