Male DOB 5/1/2016
He’s about 6 months old. Nick name is baby one. He is not neutered and is microchipped. Was dropped off during the Crow Peak forest fire in June 2016.
Nabisco and 5 others arrived at Big Cat Rescue on Oct. 17, 2016 from Spirit of the Hills.
Find out more about the rescue here: http://bigcatrescue.org/spirit-of-the-hills/
Crow Peak Fire Wildfire
The Crow Peak Fire began June 24, 2016, 4 miles west of Spearfish, SD (where Spirit of the Hills was located) and 2 miles south of I-90 and burned 2,733 acres in steep rugged terrain with heavy downed fuels. Officials closed the area for public safety.
The Crow Peak fire was 100% contained on July 4, 2016.
The fire was ignited on the northwest sub-peak by lightning and actively backed down all aspects and flanks of the ridge line on Crow Peak.
The fire burned hotter in some areas leaving behind a mosaic landscape of red/dead and green/live trees and vegetation.
Black Hills National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
1019 N. 5th Street
Custer, SD 57730
Nabisco Bobcat’s Rescue Video
July 31, 2018
Poor Nabisco got into a scrabble with Mrs Claws. He suffered a deep bite wound to the neck and several scratches to his chest. He was rushed to Humane Society of TB where Dr. Boorstein attended to his wounds and neutered him. He is awake now and recovering in the cat hospital.
Update later in the day:
Ms Claws apparently got him by the throat and rabbit kicked him in the chest, so he was shaved, neutered, stitched and will be in the Recovery Hospital for 10-14 days. We probably won’t reintroduce them as his seizures might be making him look like prey to her strange little mind.
August 19, 2019
I think he knows he’s handsome. Nabisco, bobcat
Flint and Nabisco cuddles on a cool winter day!
Purr-chase Nabisco merchandise including this PAWSOME Flint and Nabisco design is now available on over 20 new items in both of our online stores!!
They’re all so Beautiful