Don't have to understand the language being spoken, there are no barriers in language when it comes to love.
Everyone understands love.
Let's talk about how deliciously fluffy theCanadian Lynx is. The cat is quite literally just a giant floof ball with eyes and gigantic paws! This lynx can be found across Canada, Alaska and even extending to the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. It has a beautiful ruffed face and tufted ears, and it;s over twice the size of a domestic cat!
Maternal instinct comes so naturally to this incredible Lynx who has taken custody of four kittens.
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And if your heart hadn't already melted, thaw it completely with the most enchanting cute cats and kittens you've ever seen. Or just ask yourself the ultimate mystery in the universe: Why are cats so cute? We tried to figure out the answer and hopefully our explanation is on point.
When you hear animals creeping along your porch, you think stray dogs or cats are probably responsible — or maybe a bold raccoon. You don't think it's going to be a mother lynx and her family of seven kittens. But such was the case for Tim Newton when he awoke to the sound of paws on his deck Wednesday morning. The Anchorage man thought it was cats, but he didn't think it would be, well, big cats.
Newton, a professional photographer, naturally reached for his camera to capitalize on the the rare opportunity to photograph the cats. The cats played on the deck for about 40 minutes before their mom ushered them back into the woods. Enjoy the photos below and if you want to see more of Newton's photo session with the lynx, check out his Facebook page.