Clouded leopards are among the most endangered species on earth. Fewer than 10,000 mature adults are thought to live in the wild, and the species—which exists in between the big cats and small cats—has long struggled to breed in zoos. That’s some heavy information, but relax: from here on out, we’re just going to celebrate Senja and Koshi, the two baby clouded leopards that were born at the Houston Zoo this June.
The cubs, predictably, are super cute: the nine new photos from the Houston Zoo’s Facebook page show them snuggling with each other, playing, staring at the camera with wide eyes, and cuddling with a stuffed pig. Their parents have been residents at the zoo since 2012, but there’s no word yet on when the cubs will be put on public display themselves.