Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Bobcat mom & kittens relocated

July 11, 2006 - A mother bobcat and her two kittens captured late last week are back in the


The cats were found last Friday at Pima Community College East in Tucson, Arizona. The college is home to lots of desert wildlife, including bobcats. But when a mother bobcat had kittens and the kittens hung out in campus trees, the college figured it's time to call for an animal expert to remove them. The kittens were caught first and then used as bait to get the mother bobcat.

All three were taken to a wildlife rehabilitation center for several days. Monday, the mother and her kittens were released into the wild, a safe distance from people.



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