White Lion And White Tiger Had Babies Together And They’re The Most Adorable Things On Earth

Meet the four rarest large cats in the world: Yeti, Odlin, Sampson, and Apolo!

These cute brothers are ligers, which are lion-tiger crossbreeds. Ligers are quite uncommon. There are just approximately 1,000 of them in existence, and the majority of them are captive animals.

The ligers Yeti, Odlin, Sampson, and Apolo are even more uncommon. They may be the first white ligers to ever be born!

Ivory, a white lion, and Saraswati, a white tiger, are the parents of the boys. There are just 300 white lions and 1,200 white tigers in the world, making them almost as uncommon as ligers.

Living in the T.I.G.E.R. Sanctuary in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, are Ivory, Saraswati, and their cubs.

Before, ligers were successfully produced in this refuge. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Hercules, one of their ligers, is the largest cat in the entire world. Despite weighing 922 pounds, Hercules is a charmer who enjoys playing with his handlers and his new nephews.

"I miss seeing them for a day, and it appears that they have doubled in size. It appears as though someone is inflating them using a tire pump.

The liger cubs are social like lions and like swimming like tigers. They each have distinctive personality traits of their own. The smallest of the four, Apollo also has the most characteristics of a domestic cat. The small pet enjoys cuddling up next to his caretakers and getting petted.

The loudest of the four, Yeti constantly seeks to be the focus of attention. He is also the largest of the four cats, and according to Dr. Antle, he could grow to be even bigger than his uncle Hercules.

Dr. Antle predicts that all four cats will reach at least 10 feet tall and weigh close to 750 pounds by the time they are two years old. It's difficult to image these small creatures growing to be so large!

These four liger cubs are very unique. See the cute kitties in action in the video down below!
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