Two baby Amur leopard cubs were born on October 12 at Wildlife Heritage Foundation (WHF), a conservation charity based in Smarden, Kent, which supports rare and endangered big cats. It is estimated that less than forty of these magnificent creatures survive in the wild. The two are named after tributaries of the Amur River, "Argun" and "Anuy". Playful and curious like all kittens, the pair still rely on Mom for a good bath.
More pics and info below the fold. Thanks to Alan Kellogg for bringing these little guys to our attention.