Mom Vaila is doing well after welcoming the septuplets two months ago, according to the Metro Richmond Zoo, which only recently announced the cubs' birth.
"This is a very special birth to us because not only is it a big boost for cheetah conservation by increasing the captive population, but also a cheetah having [seven] cubs at once only happens 1 percent of the time!" the zoo said in a statement.
Though a normal cheetah litter is about three to four cubs, it seems like Vaila's got a knack for multiples. As it turns out, Vaila already popped out seven cubs back in 2016.