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Last Updated:08/08/12

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Status:Male Bobcat - AZA / USDA Adopted


Age:9 year(s), 5 month(s)


Moose came to us on 08/29/08 and was brought to us by law enforcement, animal control, or game warden who found it in the wild.

Moose appeared unceremoniously when he rolled out of a pipe shipped on a transport truck from Louisiana to Paris, Texas. Moose was front page news in Paris! Unfortunately, being such a young kitten with little immunity to speak of, Moose contracted panleukopenia. Moose pulled through it like a CHAMP!

One of the unfortunate side effects of the extensive handling required to save his life is that Moose became desensitized to the fear of people that he should have instinctively posessed. As he grows older, we hope that his natural instincts will take effect. Bobcats don't reach maturity until two years of age. At that point, Moose will be reasessed for release.

View more photos of him the gallery!


 I've been ADOPTED!! By The Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown, PA!




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