This photograph, from this article (and many others), has been wandering around the net for a bit recently. The animals are billed as being from the Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo near Bangkok, Thailand.
Okay, this is adorable. However, please think to look closer:
Look in the background of the pictures. Look at the big cat cubs kept alone in small dog kennels. There’s a pair of them playing unsupervised on the floor. Look at the stacks of cheap dog kennels — does this look like a reputable zoo to you? How reputable does this photo from their “elephant show” (taken from this web site) look? Check out the reviews on TripAdvisor.com — apparently the primary moneymaker for this facility is selling crocodile skin. It started life as a crocodile farm and seems to have picked up some random exotics for the extra cash.
Is this what you want to support? Quit sharing this “cute” picture without the full context. It encourages people to think you can keep chimps and tigers as pets (hint: bad idea), and it’s generating publicity for a facility which encourages tourists to pose feeding and holding baby exotics (I can only imagine they pay for the privilege), mishandles them in “shows” (more photos here, here, here, and here, and in piles from Google image search), and slaughters crocodiles for leather and meat, as well as encouraging other facilities to do the same. Facilities like this routinely mistreat their animals. The previous example mentions China, but it happens everywhere, Thailand (and the US) included. Don’t support this kind of thing.
You like tigers? Go here and support them. Love chimps? Go here and support them. Put your effort into places that deserve it. Don’t lend your time or blog space to this facility, unless this is the kind of animal husbandry you wish to support.