Two black-footed kittens ventured out of their den recently at the San Diego Zoo to try some food from a care specialist. The kittens were born April 28, 2020 and weighed three ounces at birth. According to the zoo, the kittens will grow to be about two or three pounds and 14-20 inches long.

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