Big Cats viewers were left in awe of an “adorable” cat that disguises itself as a rock in order to hunt its prey.
The BBC documentary showcases a variety of ‘big cats’ and the strategies they use to disguise themselves.
It was, however, a group of Pallas’s cats that stole the hearts of viewers across the nation with their clever tactics.
Also called the Otocolobus Manul, the Pallas’s cat is a small wild cat, which can be found in Central Asia.
Despite the Greek translation of the cat’s name meaning “ugly-eared” viewers were quick to praise the “underrated” cat on social media.
One viewer said: “It turns out that I’ve never related to an animal more than I have with the Pallas Cat.”
Another posted: “I want one #pallascat.”
Meanwhile, one viewer was impressed by how “grumpy” the cats appeared to be.
He said: “it's so grumpy looking. I love it”
Twitter users were left in admiration of the “breath-taking” footage, one user said:
“Massive shoutout to the #BigCats team of @BBCOne show! What an incredible privilege to get a glimpse of these cats’ life! So exciting that had me on the verge of tears the whole show! #jaguar and #Pallascat footage is just breathtaking!!”
Additionally another cat lover said: “They are super adorable and usually quite happy looking! Need to pair a sand cat suit up with a nice grumpy Pallas cat!”
Other users added: “#BigCats stunning and the pallas cat. Adorable.”
“Officially obsessed with the Pallas cat! What a derpy, adorable, monkey-faced, snaggletoothed fluffball!”