BBC Breakfast viewers found this to be true today when an achingly-cute baby jaguar was brought in to the studio.
The segment was about the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent, however the baby jaguar stole the show as she played with a ball and even joined the presenters of the sofa.
People were quick to tweet their delight at seeing the 10-week-old jaguar cub, with one person even suggesting she should be a permanent fixture on the show.
However while the presenters chatted away the handler made sure to keep a close eye on the cub in case she got up to any mischief.
The black panther is part of the jaguar family, however they are known as black panthers to distinguish them from from jaguars in Asia and Africa which are known as leopards.