Today at Big Cat Rescue Feb 18 Welcome to New Bobcat Kitten
Blind Baby Bobcat
Baby Bobcat Kitten at Big Cat Rescue
The baby bobcat came in to the SC Wildlife Rehabber, JoAnne on Dec 4 weighing 4.2 lbs, with a broken jaw, split canine and comatose.
They figured he had been hit by a car, but couldn’t believe that he survived.
After he woke up from the coma he was pretty loopy, but they figured the impact had done brain damage.
They had to wire the jaw shut, tube feed him and removed the broken canine. He is still only 5.7 lbs, but is eating solids on his own and doing much better despite walking into walls and getting stuck in corners. If he comes to a corner, he just sits down and waits, and waits, and waits, as if he cannot figure out that he is not trapped.
He was having bad and frequent seizures, but those have almost subsided.
The Florida Wildlife Commission were sweet hearts and helped make sure his transfer would go as swiftly and easily for the little guy as possible. A big SHOUT OUT to everyone there who were so kind to this little bobcat kitten.
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Class At Big Cat Rescue 2012Feb18
First Aid Class by Diana Rao at Big Cat Rescue
Mini kitten bed on top of Skip bed in Cat Hospital
Volunteers make some improvements to Kawanah Lynx' home
The bobcat kittens operates mostly by sound
Intern Rachel makes sure this TeePee will work well for the cat
Marci rakes up leaves to prevent flea eggs from hatching
Words just can't even describe how cute!
Intern Anna makes sure any princess cat will sleep comfy here
Bobcat kitten's eyes respond to light, but he walks into walls
Christmas trees last us for months in building forts and lodges
His world will be full of things that are soft, fuzzy and comforting
Snaggle tooth look is due to losing one of his canines from his injuries