Talk about awkward!
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In Gobabis, Namibia in Africa there is a delicate balance of nature.
Livestock, like goats, are integral to the economy and society.
But there's always the constant threat of attack because Namibia is home to the world's largest population of wild cheetahs!!
So how do you keep your livestock safe??
These cutie pooches protect their goat buddies against cheetahs but don't kill them.
They just scare most predators away!
So ever since the dogs were introduced into Namibia 19-years ago, the area has seen the largest population of wild cheetahs in 30 years at 4,000!!
That's incredible! The dogs protect the flock, so there's no longer a reason for farmers to have to kill cheetahs!!
Check out the video (above) to see a cutie guard dog in action!
If you ever plan on heading to the UK and visiting Chessington World of Adventures, leave your sexy leopard print clothes at home.
We're looking at you HARRY!! LOLz!
Zookeepers at the safari park noticed a change in animal behavior after a new attraction launched.
Visitors are driven off-road through a 22-acre Serengeti-style reserve. The animals get to roam free in the reserve.
A spokesperson for the zoo said:
We lurve it when men go wild!
See Harry's face as he check's out Cara's runway bum…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
While adult cheetahs are some of the most dangerous big cats on the planet, cheetah cubs are some of the most ADORABLE little cats on the planet!
Don't believe us??? Meet Winspear and Kamau, the two newest additions to the Dallas Zoo!
These two cuties were born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia about two months ago, and to help them transition into their new home, the zoo has decided to give them a roommate: A puppy!
That's right! The two cubs are living with an 8-week-old black Labrador retriever named Amani!
So if this clip (above) of Winspear and Kamau playing isn't enough to fulfill your daily dosage of cuteness, just remember that their best friend is a puppy!!
Awww! What a cute idea!
Cheetah cubs at Whipsnade Zoo in the UK were lucky enough to get gifts for their first birthday!
The best part is, Cheetahs don't really understand birthday presents so it was totes cool to give them wrapped boxes with no gifts inside…
The boxes were the gift!!
The cheetahs had so much fun exploring the cardboard boxes, tearing the wrapping off them and just playing around with the presents.
It's so stinkin' CUTE!! Happy birthday, Cheetahs!
Check out the video (above) to see the cheetahs enjoying their presents!