In what is surely the cutest news out of Toronto today, the Toronto Zoo's red panda cub is thriving after a tragic July. \nLast month, the baby red panda female tragically lost her brother shortly after birth. \n\n\nEditor's Choice: Lecce Admits Ontario Is Open To Delaying The Start Of The School Year\n\n\n View this post on Instagram Red Panda Cub Update! 🦊 🍼 . Our little red panda cub is 30 days old and now weighs over 300g! . Although she is still very small for her age, she is now growing quickly and continues to pass developmental milestones. A small, dedicated team continues to feed her seven times a day and the amount of formula she gets is regularly increased based on her development and growth. . Ila continues to be a great mom and is very tolerant of our Keeper team hand-feeding the cub. Given the cub’s small size, we are still in a critical period, but as the cub gains weight and strength we remain optimistic. A post shared by Toronto Zoo (@thetorontozoo) on Aug 13, 2020 at 12:11pm PDT\n\nHowever, it appears she's doing well, judging by the ridiculously adorable photo the Zoo posted to social media on Thursday. She's now 30 days old and weighs over 300g.\nThe cub is apparently still smaller than usual for her age, but is growing quickly — probably because the staff are feeding her seven times a day. That's a vibe right there.\nShe is passing developmental milestones daily and, honestly, we couldn't be happier to hear it.\nThe Zoo warns that because of the size and age of the baby red panda, they are still in a critical period, but are optimistic for her health.