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Mildly Intimidating Cutie Cats (Fierce Pictures)

We all know that cats see themselves as the most intimidating and threatening creature in the room, it's mere fact. And you know what? We agree. Yes, kitten, your roar is terrifying, and we are so scared, we're shaking. The way you're attacking my wiggling fingers is like a true fierce predator stalking its slippery prey.

Just don't tell them that they're tiny and cute and fluffy and adorable, that might break the spell. Ah, we're kidding, continue cooing at them whenever they do anything "scary" because no matter how hard they try, they will always be out tiny widdle fluffballs

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It's such a beautifully rare thing to catch a glimpse of wild animals doing their wild animal things in the wild. The little glances we get are always super precious, whether it's just them hanging out and doing nothing or whether it's like today's video of the so painfully adorable snow leopards showing off their precious roars and their tini-tiny little cubs snuggling in the snow

Honestly, we're not sure who's cuter, the large squeaky roaring leopards brushing up against rocks or their little babies, waiting for their parents to bring food back to them. Regardless, our cold, cold hearts are absolutely melted by these snowy creatures, and we know yours will be too.

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Fierce Kittens Roaring Like Big Cats

In their hearts, we know that all kittens feel like the fiercest, most powerful lions. When they yell at us for food, it's not just yelling, it's roaring for the servants to bring them their prey. When they fight a fly, it is actually them hunting for their next meal as they would in the wild as big cats.

And much as we don't like them having battles with our curtains, we do really love that they have these fierce instincts, and when we look at the real fierce big cats, we are reminded of our little kittens. All little kittens are our baby lions, and we love hearing all of them roar. Just not at three in the morning, please, I'm trying to sleep. 

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A tiny desert rain frog is the star of this video, and it is angry. It has the ability of making a very unique sound - a squeak like that of a squeaky dog toy. And it kind of looks like a toy as well. This frog became a viral sensation a few years ago, and up till now, it has been viewed over 12 million times on YouTube. The most interesting thing about this video though is that this noise - this tiny, squeaky, incredibly adorable noise, is, as the narrator says, "a sonorous war cry of a very angry frog."

The small frog won over the hearts of everyone, and some YouTube commenters capture that perfectly. "Frog: 'So you have chosen death'. Everyone: 'Awww so cute'," writes one, and another comments: "When you're angry like heck, but nobody takes you seriously, because you are so adorable." And yeah, angry as this frog may be, we could not agree with these comments more. If you want more small but less angry, check out this video of a tiny owl resting its head on a chair.

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There's a reason we all look at the cubs of big cats and want to pet them as if they're kittens, and this video showcases exactly why that is. Giving us its very best effort to roar like the king of the jungle, this tiny fluffy lion ends up squeaking instead, just like a kitten. 

The cub probably doesn't understand why everyone around it is awwing instead of bowing, but we do, and so do the people filming it. "They all make that sound?" one of the people asks, and another clarifies that "it'll turn into a growl later," but it's almost hard to believe that with how adorable the roar is. No wonder we all kiiinda want to have a pet lion. Like, be honest about it, it would be incredible to cuddle with one. It's almost shocking, honestly, that our cute house cats are relatives of cubs like this, but then we remember how ferociously our cat attacks whenever there's a hairband on the floor, and things make a bit more sense in the world. 

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