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Saturday, May 12, 2018

Bobcats mistaken for domestic kittens brought into Texas home

Three people in Texas were bitten when the kittens they thought they were handling turned out to be bobcats.

"Hey listen," wrote the city's Animal Care Services on Facebook. "Wildlife really should remain IN THE WILD and it's up to us to help make that happen! These bobcat kittens are now orphaned and under quarantine with our partners at Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation because someone thought they looked like house cats. Several people were bitten."



Anonymous said...

Kill em and throw em on the smoker wiff some mesquite

Anonymous said...

I always wanted a wolf for a pet,or even a wolf mixed with a German Shepard.The old pet store in the Blue Hen Mall used to have Cougars for around $1000,but who would want the aggravation? There actually is a Bobcat species in Russia that makes a good pet,but it must weigh at least 50 lbs when full grown.

Anonymous said...

8:37 Thanks for the tip Limelight Lewis.

Anonymous said...

People have vicious Pitbulls for pets, what is wrong with having a wild cat then under this same logic?