The Sacramento Zoo has released more cute pictures of its tiger cub -- and posted a video of the youngster and his mother on the zoo's website.
Bahagia gave birth to her latest tiger cub on March 3. She and the cub's father, Castro, have now produced five surviving offspring.
The tiger cub CJ, named after his father and short for Castro Jr., is into his eighth week of life and growing. CJ weighed three pounds at birth, but now tips the scales at a robust 14 pounds.
He's learning to walk on his big feet, following mom around and biting at her paws. His upper and lower incisors have broken through, as well as the four canine teeth.
Zoo officials said he also likes to chase Bahagia's tail. There are fewer than 500 Sumatran tigers in the wild.
Bahagia and her cub will be inside their den and away from public view while the baby gains strength and coordination. Both should be on display in late May or early June.