Puma Cubs Pounce into the Zoo
November 30, 2005 (WPVI) -- It's been about a decade since the Philadelphia zoo last exhibited Puma cubs. Wednesday, the zoo announced the arrival of three of these furry friends.
No matter what you call these three puma cubs, there is no doubt they are adorable.
Action News got the only glimpse of the 4-month-old playful pussies (felines) that were orphaned in South Dakota's Black Hills.
For now, the male is being called Dakota and the two females are Cinnabar and Sage. Although, zoo officials say they may be holding a contest so Philadelphians can re-name the cougar cubs.
They are expected to create quite a draw for the Philadelphia Zoo.
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