Shut it down. This sofa-bounding tiger cub is the best thing you'll see today.

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This one pretty much does what it says on the tin, people. It's a tiger cub, leaping around clumsily from couch to couch and eliciting chase-me-chase-me funtime from an over-eager chihuahua (or miniature pinscher?).

Here's what I'm wondering: does chase-me-chase-me funtime continue on into this tiger's adulthood, or does chihuahua/pinscher one day become a playtime snack break? Videos like the one featured below would suggest the former is possible. Then again, Panjo is only 18 months old. It takes 4—5 years for Bengal tigers to mature, which means there's still plenty of time for him to start behaving like... well... a wild tiger: