Here, Kitteh Kitteh Kitteh

Kittehs come in all different shapes and sizes. While we can’t recommend having THIS guy as a house pet, we can certainly dive right in for some tummeh rubs. Seems like the right thing to do.

(Vlad S.)



  1. I want to mush my face into that not-so-little white belleh!

  2. At 0:36 it’s like he’s saying, “LOOKIT mah belleh!! Why is no one snorgling it? It is magnificent, no?” Yes. It is. We all have no excuse except science has not yet found a way for us to dive through our computer screens directly to your belleh. We are sorry.

  3. His toe beans look so soft…mmmm….

  4. Why is there a spot of blue dye on the inside of his thigh? Some sort of marking thing to tell him apart from the other cubs?

  5. Flaga: I saw on another clip they are “inked” after inoculation shots and micro-chipping.the babies. So they don’t mistakenly do it twice to the same one.

  6. Animallover says:

    Taste test? Super cute!

  7. Adorable! I did get to stroke some lion cubs at a wildlife park once, the rejected bebehs were brought up by hoomins and kept separately and small amounts of other hoomins (ie me) could go in at intervals and stroke them – but it was a very hot day and they (and a bebeh jackal) were in a heap of ears and floof and pawses and fast asleep, so I didn’t get any rolling over belleh action, but it was very special to be so close to them.

  8. Look at the JY-NORM-OUS toebeans on those big fluffy paws! 😀

  9. I just adopted a baby kitty and he had the exact same blue dye on the inside of his thigh. Who knew?

  10. found this,sounds like mumziepoodles batch