Florida law says bobcats have to be released as close to possible as where they were found, on at least 40 acres, with written permission of the land owner. Cooper is being released onto a 3000+ ac tree farm where the owners are happy to have him. Some people said the video was frozen during his release, so be sure to subscribe to us at YouTube.com/BigCatRescue so you don't miss the release video.
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