As you may or may not know, NBRR is only rehabing bobcats this year. We thought this would help us step back and seek out some much-needed funding so that our now relatively large organization can begin paying people to do what we do. Well, we may have been wrong about that! There are so many baby bobcats on the property right now! More than ever before!
The babies are taking over! But they are not the only ones. We still take in many adults and juvenile cats. one of these juvies we have lovingly named Cheese. His name is actually Queso, but his personality has demoted him to cheese!
This bobcat is not only the product of inexperienced rehabilitation, but also being raised alone. He has gained all of his social compass from humans. He is severely food aggressive, and completely unafraid of humans. For this reason, Cheese will be placed in a USDA/AZA accredited facility as soon as we can find a place for him to go.
He is a beautiful, darkly marked cat with pretty large rosettes. He would make an awesome addition to an educational exhibit.
Whats better than an exhibit cat that actually WANTS to be seen?