The Philadelphia Zoo recently unveiled the newest additions to their animal kingdom family and the adorable overload is simply off the charts.
The zoo is home to a pair of black-footed cats, Ascari and Aza, who gave birth to three kittens on April 8. After undergoing a series of health checks to ensure that the zoo's first ever litter of black-footed cats -- a species of wild cat hailing from southern Africa and accustomed to arid climates -- were healthy, the trio made their grand debut in late May.
Click play on this video from the Philadelphia Zoo to see Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion enter the exhibit for the first time and then check out the slideshow below for even more black-footed kitten cuteness.
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