But now it's straight up cancelled!
Ticket holders were sent the following email on Friday:
[Image via Fayesvision/WENN.]
Pandas are an endangered species and are also notoriously hard to get to breed.
They're basically built to go extinct.
At the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, 14 adorbzaballs baby pandas were all put in the same crib!!
The panda babies were all different ages, some significantly smaller than the others, but all of them equally cute!!
Pandas are critically endangered with only about 1,800 giant pandas living in the wild and less than 300 in zoos!
So each of these babies is a little bundle of wonder!!
They're so stankin' CUTE!!
Check out the video (above) to see 14 cute baby pandas all hanging out together!
Awww! Look at that little cutie!
Baby Lincoln is a red panda who was born in July at Lincoln Children's Zoo in Nebraska.
Little Lincoln is one of only four Red Panda cubs being hand-raised in the whole country.
Eventually, like his brothers Rusty and Wayne, he will eventually be moved to another zoo.
So his name Lincoln will represent his humble, hand-raised upbringing in Nebraska no matter where he ends up.
There are few things better than watching a young, cute animal, being bottle fed on top of a stuffed lion.
Specific, we know. LOLz!
Check out the video (above) to see a red panda just being super CUTE!
China has often used the gift of giant pandas as a sort of peace offering.
Mao Zedong gave a pair to the US after President Nixon visited and Beijing recently gave one to Taiwan in 2008.
Now, China is giving two giant pandas to a Belgian zoo but it's only caused a larger rift between Belgium's northern Flemish-speaking Flanders and southern French-speaking Wallonia.
Each side of the country is fighting for the pair of bears!
The premier of Flanders actually chimed in that he was
Awww! We love baby pandas!
We especially love how that right after birth, they're impossibly tiny!!
A giant panda bear starts out the size of a mouse and grows into a big fluffy
monster panda bear!
The Smithsonian's National Zoo has a reason to pop some bubbly… their giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to a tiny baby panda last Friday, and after being examined by animal care staff, he was found to be:
Omgomgmg!! That is so freakin' cute we cannot handle it!!
A cutie, one-month old panda cub was born back in July at the Taipei Zoo in Taiwan.
The baby was the first panda ever born in Taiwan!
With less than 1,600 pandas left in the wild, and pandas being notoriously hard to raise in captivity, this little baby is a miracle.
So it's all the sweeter when the cub got to meet her mama for the first time!
The mama just goes right up to her baby and grabs her and holds her in her arms.
Awww! It's the sweetest thing everrrrr!
Check out the video (above) to see the cutest mama/baby panda interaction ever!
Excuse us, we have to sit down a moment… we were overwhelmed with cuteness.
Remember when that giant panda mom popped out those twins??
Well the little babies are being closely monitored and co-raised by zoo keepers, as we previously mentioned.
And boy are the zoo keepers doing a great job of raising those babes!!
The twins are looking more and more like pandas each day! Instead of naked mole rats or something! Look at the little bit of color coming in… they're so stinkin' cute!
They're even gaining weight rapidly, tripling in weight in only two weeks!!
They now each weighs 361 and 360 grams!!
That's ahmayzing! Grow babies, grow!!!
[Image via Zoo Atlanta.]
It's the Kolmården Wildlife Park in Sweden's lucky day!
Why's that, you may ask?
It's because they've just welcomed the most adorable red panda cub that we've literally ever seen.
And the female cub's name totally adds to its insane levels of cuteness.