Prepare to experience a mixed feeling of admiration and adoration. Hey there, I’m Allie, and if there’s one thing that defines me, it’s my unyielding affection for felines above everything else (including people).
As a self-proclaimed cat enthusiast, I can’t help but express my utmost love for these furry creatures. In fact, I am currently the happy parent of two precious kittens. Therefore, you can understand my excitement when I stumbled upon a video clip from BBC One’s program “Big Cats” while browsing through Twitter this morning.
Take a good look at her! The upcoming episode of the show will showcase the “black-footed cat,” which is known to be the tiniest yet most dangerous feline in Africa.
Let’s start with this amazing face, because it’s just mind-blowing. These felines are known as the “most dangerous” because they have a success rate of 60% when it comes to hunting. The female cat shown in the video clearly shows off her superior attitude when she spots her prey. As a result, I have now declared her as my new queen of the animal kingdom without any issues. It seems like many others feel the same way, as she has already won over the internet with her fierce personality. Like any mother, she is not one to be underestimated.
You can be certain that meeting her will result in your demise, be it from an overload of cuteness or due to her fangs.
Be sure not to miss the first appearance of Her Majesty on BBC One’s Big Cats airing on January 18, 2018!