Living in the modern world can be quite daunting for a big cat, especially when they’re losing their natural habitats due to the expansion of towns and cities. It’s even scarier for a big cat kitten who has become separated from their mother and siblings. Fortunately, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a team of dedicated individuals who work tirelessly to preserve and protect the wildlife that makes Colorado a unique state. On July 10th, they received a call regarding a lost bobcat kitten seeking refuge under the hood of a vehicle. Luckily, a woman visiting Colorado from Indiana came to the rescue by luring the kitten with a sandwich and waiting for rescue workers to come and relocate the little one to a safer environment.
The tiny bobcat was clearly frightened as it was separated from its siblings and mother. Thankfully, it received the necessary care and attention at the Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation center until it could be released back into the wild. However, fate had an unexpected surprise in store for the little one. Recently, Colorado Parks and Wildlife discovered two more orphaned bobcat kittens which turned out to be its siblings! Seeing the adorable images, it’s clear that the band is thrilled to be reunited once again. Rest assured that the bobcat family is now in safe hands and are well taken care of.
A truck driver received a heartwarming Christmas surprise when he was reunited with his cherished feline companion. This happy reunion was nothing short of a miracle for the trucker, who was overjoyed to be reunited with his furry friend.
According to reports from local news stations, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has verified that the young mountain lion siblings will remain together until they can be safely released back into the wild. The little ones are doing well and seem content to have each other’s company. The kind folks at Wet Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation are looking after the kitties and sharing frequent cute pictures and updates so that we can all share in their progress before they are set free into their natural habitat.