Four rare sand kittens, considered to be extinct in Israel, have been born at a safari park in Tel Aviv.
Rotem, the kittens' mother was brought from Germany, and their father, Sela, comes from Poland.
The four kittens are a lot of work for their mum but zoo keepers say she is doing perfectly and all the kittens are healthy and happy.
Ramat Gan Safari Park is taking part in a European breeding programme for sand cats and once the kittens are old enough to leave their family, they will be transferred to other zoos to start their own families.
The cats mainly exist in the deserts of Asia and Africa but the Sand cat is the only species of feline to truly live in a desert environment.