White Oak Takes in Orphaned Panther Kittens

White Oak Conservation has adopted two endangered Florida panther kittens after a mysterious neurological disorder left their mother unable to care for them. In early July of 2019, the mother was observed on trail camera footage struggling to walk. She had two young kittens with her. State officials estimated the kittens to be two weeks old at the time and knew they would not survive on their own, so the decision was made to bring them in under human care.

Read more of the panthers’ story and their journey to White Oak here

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