Female cheetah Zazi is raising a cub she gave birth to and another mother's cub, both born in December 2010. Cheetahs that give birth to only one cub, called a singleton, cannot produce enough milk to keep the cub alive. The cub born to Amani, a first-time mother, was hand-raised for 13 days before being placed with Zazi, creating a litter of two that will likely help stimulate milk production from Zazi. These cheetahs are at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) in Front Royal, Virginia.
Link to webcam.
If you don't see any action on the webcam, there is a gallery of baby cheetah pictures. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/AfricanSavanna/cheetahsbornSCBI.cfm -via KTAR