Prepare to be charmed and amazed at the same time. Greetings, I’m Allie, and there’s hardly anything worth mentioning about me apart from my immense adoration for felines, surpassing that of any other being or thing.
As a passionate cat lover, my heart is filled with joy as I proudly consider myself the mother of two charming kitties. This morning, while browsing Twitter, I stumbled upon a video clip from the popular BBC One show, Big Cats, and needless to say, I was thrilled!
Hey, have you seen this video yet? You seriously need to check it out because the next episode of this series is going to feature the “black-footed cat,” which is the tiniest yet most lethal feline in Africa. It’s going to be pretty interesting!
Wow, there’s a lot to talk about here. Let’s begin with this face – seriously, it’s incredible.
Without a doubt, this feline is a true killer. According to statistics, her hunting ventures have a success rate of 60%. Just take a look at her angry expression as she was caught on camera acquiring her prey. I am thrilled to declare that this female cat is my new ultimate non-controversial ruler of the planet. I have nothing but admiration for her. It’s clear that I’m not alone in my appreciation for her talents as she has already won the hearts of the majority of internet users.
As a mom, she definitely doesn’t come across as feeble or powerless.
Essentially, encountering her will result in your demise, either due to being overwhelmed by her cuteness or the fact that she has fangs.
Don’t forget to tune in to BBC One’s Big Cats on January 18, 2018 to witness the debut of the Queen.