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"Squee" is online lingo describing the squeal of delight one makes when presented with a photo or video that's "totes adorbs." We often share squee photos on our front page Friday afternoons; we'll archive a selection of them here for those rough days when you could use an extra hit.

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It may look like a normal kitten but this cute little ball of fur is a type of endangered African feline called a Black-footed Cat. Born on Valentine's Day 2012, he was rejected by his mother, and staff at Chicago Zoological Society's Animal Hospital were forced to hand-rear him. Dangerously cold and underweight, they had to put him in an incubator to increase and maintain his body temperature whilst feeding him round the clock.

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