To quote one of the great movie characters of the past decade, Agnes from Despicable Me: "It's so fluffy I'm gonna die!"
That is literally the only acceptable reaction to have when you first lay eyes on the three newest members of the wildlife sanctuary owned by legendary magicians Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn, aka Siegfried & Roy.
The duo welcomed three rare snowy white lion cubs to their Secret Garden habitat located on the Las Vegas Strip. The adorable felines were born near Johannesburg, South Africa and are only 14-weeks-old. They are expected to weigh 500 pounds each after they grow to their full size in two to four years.
"Millions of people each year visit the Secret Garden and are awed by these great creatures," Siegfried said in a statement. "One by one, we are raising awareness for the plight of rare and endangered animals—our true mission."
The three lion brothers are named Freedom, Madiba (the tribal name of the late Nelson Mandela) and Timba-Masai, which is a combination of Timbavati, a region of South Africa, and Masai, the name of the tribe that inhabits that region.
Siegfried, 75 and Roy, 69, famously discontinued their stage show after one of their own tigers attached Roy during a performance in 2003, leaving him partially paralyzed. That didn't keep the magicians from continuing their work with endangered animals, and their exotic habitat now features 13 tigers and six lions.
The newest members are available for public viewing starting Friday, in case these seriously cute photos aren't enough for you.