Panther Kitten Rescued In Collier County

(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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Feeding time! This kitten is too young to be bottle fed.
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
Rescued Panther Kitten (Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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2 Weeks Old At the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida (ASH).
Rescued Panther Kitten (Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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Kitten Arrives at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo 2-14-14 Dr. Mark Cunningham (FWC) and Dr. Ray Ball (Vet with Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo). FWC photo by Carli Segelson
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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In the Grass 2 Weeks Old
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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FWC photo by Carli Segelson
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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3-4 Weeks Old FWC photo by Dave Onorato
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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Biologists transported the kitten to the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida (ASH) in Naples where veterinarians and staff performed life-saving measures.
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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Any milk in those fingers??? FWC photo by Carli Segelson
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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The baby has opened his eyes. FWC panther biologist Dr. Dave Onorato and veterinarian Ashley Ayoov, DVM from the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida.
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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2 Weeks Old At the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida (ASH).
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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2 Weeks Old FWC photo by Carli Segelson
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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2 Weeks Old Veterinarian Ashley Ayoov, DVM from the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida.
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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With Dr. Dave Onorato 2 Weeks Old
(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)
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