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A tiny spotted baby kitten was found curled alone on the sidewalk by a good Samaritan. “The woman gently scooped the kitten in her hands and rushed it to a veterinarian who fed him and found out that this little spotted kitten, who looked like a panda bear, was only one-week-old,” said Helen Woodward Animal Center.

The kitten was still a baby and needed round-the-clock care, so the woman called Helen Woodward Animal Center for help. The next day, she drove the kitten to the center. “Due to his special spots, we named him ‘Panda!'”

“Panda is now safely with an experienced foster volunteer who is keeping him fed and warm. Plus, Panda has a new ‘big brother’ to help keep watch! Meet Shadow, the foster’s dog, and he is very serious about making sure this kitten is safe and happy,” Helen Woodward added.

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Meet Panda, a tiny baby kitten found curled alone on the sidewalk.

Sidewalk cow Kitten Rescue helen Helen Woodward Animal Center

The day Panda arrived in Helen Woodward Animal Shelter.

Sidewalk cow Kitten Rescue helen Helen Woodward Animal Center

 Panda, first day at the center (VIDEO):

They found him a nice foster home and a ‘big brother’ who is very serious about making sure this kitten is safe and happy.

Sidewalk cow Kitten Rescue helen Helen Woodward Animal Center dog snuggling

Shadow the foster’s dog loves his little Panda.

Sidewalk cow Kitten Rescue helen Helen Woodward Animal Center dog snuggling

They are feeding the little one every 2-3 hours.

Sidewalk cow Kitten Rescue helen Helen Woodward Animal Center bottle feeding

Panda, eyes opened, can’t wait for his forever home (VIDEO):

Panda’s story via Helen Woodward Animal Center. Follow them on Facebook.

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