Things are finally looking up for the Toronto Zoo's red pandas, following a very wholesome introduction.
The zoo reported on Tuesday that Adira, also known as Baby Red, has finally been introduced to her father after months apart.
Adira and dad Suva have been successfully introduced and now share habitats 🦊When first fully introduced Suva was s… https://t.co/iHMfAMg1VG— The Toronto Zoo (@The Toronto Zoo) 1609861057.0
The two pandas, who are now cohabiting, have already squeezed plenty of cute moments out of their new living situation.
Zoo officials even reported that Adira often wakes up her dad to get close to him at night.
The baby red panda will turn six months old on January 14.
Sadly, Adira lost both her sibling and mother this year, so the father-daughter bonding comes at the perfect time.
The pair were first introduced back in November, however, a barrier was placed between the two of them.
Now, it seems that the two are finally comfortable enough to live together.