"He was very lethargic, listless and non-responsive," said Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman Carli Segelson.
After a remarkable recovery, the still-unnamed kitten was transferred to Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo. The formula-fed panther now weighs more than 4 pounds. In a few weeks, he'll be weaned from his bottle and started on a meat-based diet.
Watch the kitten's rescue in this video:
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When the feline is old enough, he will move to Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park. Because the kittenRead More »from Week-old Florida panther kitten found unresponsive, nursed back to health