As of May of 2015, people can view clouded leopard cubs at the Point Defiance Zoo at Tacoma, Washington, and at Tanganyika Wildlife Park in Kansas. Clouded leopard cubs available for public viewing are extremely rare, in part because the species itself is considered vulnerable to extinction.
Clouded leopard cubs were born at the Point Defiance Zoo on May 12, 2015. Two of the cubs, Banyan and Orchid, remain at the zoo as of December 2015. Two of their littermates, Teak and Kapok, traveled to Tanganyika Wildlife Park, where they are on exhibit at the end of 2015. Tanganyika closes yearly for the winter, but visitors can see the cubs when the park reopens in the spring.