Two caracal cubs and mum in Dr Terry Moore's living room, which is not something you see everyday.
I deliberately didn't put any music to this, the cub's chirping towards the end is simply heart melting and adorable!
Two lovely Caracal cubs born at the Cat Survival Trust, these medium-sized cats are native to Africa and western Asia. In North India and Pakistan, the caracal is locally known as syahgosh (स्याहगोष/سیاه گوش) or shyahgosh, which is a Persian term meaning black ears.
Although it has traditionally had the alternative names Persian Lynx, Egyptian Lynx and African Lynx, it is no longer considered to be an actual lynx. Instead, it is now believed to be closely related to the African golden cat and the serval. The caracal is classified as a small cat, yet is amongst the heaviest of all small cats, as well as the quickest, being nearly as fast as the serval. They are known to hunt birds by literally plunking them straight out of the sky!