Prepare yourself to experience a combination of “aw” and “ah” as you read on. Hey there, I’m Allie, and if there’s one thing that defines me, it’s my love for felines. To be honest, there’s not much else worth mentioning about me besides that.
I have a deep affection for cats, and it brings me immense joy to be the owner of two charming furballs. This morning, while browsing through my Twitter feed, I stumbled upon a video excerpt from BBC One’s show, Big Cats, which naturally piqued my interest.
This is the world’s DEADLIEST cat. Seriously. Look at her. 😍 pic.twitter.com/U2WHDx0Avd
— BBC One (@BBCOne) January 15, 2018
Take a moment to appreciate her beauty – the latest episode of the series is all about the “black-footed cat,” which happens to be Africa’s smallest, yet most lethal feline.
This article is brimming with interesting details, but let’s begin by focusing on this one captivating aspect – the face. It’s truly remarkable.
On International Cat Day, DW Global Ideas featured a small feline called the black-footed cat which is only half the size of a house cat. Check out the tweet by @dw_globalideas to learn more about this fascinating creature.
“Look the other way or you’re breakfast, human.”
Definitely a little cutie! These feline predators are the most skilled hunters around, with a 60% success rate. Just take a gander at the ferocious expression on the mother cat’s face as she captures dinner on camera. BBC One “Turn away or you’ll be my next meal, human.” I’m thrilled to introduce my new favorite feline queen, the star of this video. She’s simply flawless. All hail our new leader! And it seems that I’m not alone in my adoration for her, as she has already won the hearts of many on the internet.
I just can’t stop admiring the expression on her face as she snatches that bird in her mouth. The video is so captivating!
As a mother, she definitely exudes strength and resilience.
Essentially, encountering her is a fatal event, either due to an overwhelming sense of adorableness or the presence of her teeth.
Don’t miss the chance to see the Queen’s first appearance on BBC One’s show, Big Cats, airing on January 18, 2018! Spread the word and tune in.