This doesn't need much of an introduction as the headline pretty much says it all, but here for your very eyes are some baby monkeys, tigers, sloths, kangaroos, koalas, bears, and loads more cuteness guaranteed to make your insides squish up.
In a good way. Like this teensy dear just hangin' out in the office, helping with the filing.
Or this baby monkey giving its best made a hug.
GOD THIS MAKES US FEEL FUNNY.
Good job there's a THREE DAY OLD MINIATURE PONY to make us feel better.
This tiger cub was snapped when Sugarscape's very own Lizzie was travelling in Chang-Mai, Thailand.
It's like we're real, actual investigative journalists sometimes (not often).
We feel like he'd get on well with this other li'l tiger cub, who seems to be pretty knackered from trying to play with his stuffed pal there.
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This bear cub may only be young, but he'll climb this bloody tree if it kills him. Which we hope it doesn't.
In other perky baby animal news, this little giraffe's pretty sparky.
This baby penguin's probably not quite so chipper just yet.
...and the baby elephant's just chillin'.
Not quite as relaxed at the baby gorilla, mind. (If you try and ignore the massive nipples behind it...)
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No droopy nipples in sight when yer joey's getting fed from a milk bottle. Dawww.
Kittens in a bucket. We need say no more.
In a rare moent of being awake, this baby koala is just happy to see ya.
Also a handful is this itsy bitsy puppy, in the running for World's Smallest Pup apparently. We have no idea if it won, we shook our computers too much in a fit of squealing at the cuteness.
This baby sloth is trying its darnedest to climb up that... whatever it is, blissfully unaware that sloths take ten years to do anything.
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This page is mainly about animal mates, and we're kicking things off with baby meerkats, because WHO doesn't love a meerkat?
Red pandas have also gotten a warm response...
...as have these monkeys - despite the weird saggy skin-bits.
We'll finish things off with a lone baby rhino skipping merrily through some kind of meadow...
...and a little otter who looks like it could do with some love.