The good news about not finding the bobcat is that it wasn’t injured and not sick enough that she could be caught. Jamie is pretty sure she has seen this cat by the trail before. The bobcat was staying just out of reach of the people who had called, rather than bolting away, and that’s what they thought was odd. Jamie and Carole blade and bike the trail all the time and will keep an eye out for her and have alerted the Park Rangers to watch out for an ailing bobcat. If she is not sick, and just the typically thin FL bobcat, then right next to the dump is a great place to find rats. Bobcats make lousy pets, but great neighbors.
Support Big Cat Rescue at Skipper’s Tonight
Fun Fur All Ball at Skipper’s
Join us for a benefit concert at Skipper’s Smoke House in Tampa on Sunday December 11th. Enjoy musical entertainment from Juanjamon Band, Skull and Bone Band, The Human Condition, and Sunset Bridge while perusing the raffle and auction items, including original paintings created live during the show by local artists.
The Fun Fur All Ball is from 4-9 PM. Tickets are a $10 minimum suggested donation. Check out Skipper’s facebook page and Like them.
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