Daily Cute: Learn How to Lounge With This Baby Leopard

Chill out! This cute 150 pound baby leopard definitely knows how to. Watch him lounge around and relax in today’s Daily Cute.

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111 comments

Jim Ven
Jim Ven10 months ago

thanks for the article.

Claudia Cavallo
Claudia Cavallo2 years ago

this is incredible, he seems a little cat but his teeth show you he is not. Sure he belongs to the wild but at least here he just loved all the attention he received

Virginia Abreu de Paula

I hope you don't mind what i have to say. I feel amazed to see how quickly so many people here jump into conclusions and even judge things they don't know. It's true the cage is small but we don't know for long he will be there. Sure wild animal belongs to wild habitat. But we don't know this special case. He for use is enjoying all the carress he is receiving. I am conscious some people do mistreat animals showing supposed cute videos. Other people are not mistreating at all. We should refrain from judging unless we have facts. I think and I am going to suggest Care2 to accept only videos with the story behind it. Because some times the comments are sort of rude to people they never heard about.

Edgar Zuim
Edgar Zuim2 years ago

Beautiful and scary.

Susan T.
Susan T.2 years ago

but care2's headline is misleading...this is NOT a baby leopard, so you all believe everything you read on this site? really? figures

Susan T.
Susan T.2 years ago

wild cat sanctuary people....have you no ability to educate yourself?

Susan T.
Susan T.2 years ago

maybe waking up from anesthesia? not sure but I love that purrrrrgggrrrrrlllllpuurrrr

Ruhee B.
Ruhee B.2 years ago

He is adorable but I don't find it so "cute" that he's locked up in such a small cage!!

Donna Ferguson
Donna F.2 years ago

to me, this video shows dangerous behavior. wild animals deserve respectful behavior, not being treated like a pet.

Michael Holland
Michael Holland2 years ago

Awesome !! But he should be in the wild where he belongs.