could anyone post this on their Facebook, or whatever they have for media. It is for Lucy (my beagle) She is totally blind from cataracts in both eyes. She can get surgery, but, it cost $1000.00 per eye. Even if I got one eye done, it is better than nothing at all.

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Bobcats, servals, lynx, margay, anything smaller than a cheetah

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Look Who's Back

Postby hecate » Wed Nov 04, 2015 2:37 pm

Four months after being released as an Official Wild Bobcat, Mulder has apparently decided it's not all it was cracked up to be.


To be fair, she looks like she ran into a stretch of bad luck. She had a near-lethal parasite load when I started taking care of her last year, thanks to the wildlife rehab's total lack of veterinary assessment or care, and has always been a hard keeper. Hopefully she's just looking for a temporary vacation with room service and not a permanent failure to launch.

Scully is not happy that Mulder's hanging around again, and is marking everything in sight. I really need to get out the pressure washer. Makes me wonder about the sanctuaries that keep solitary species in "social" groups.
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Postby TamanduaGirl » Wed Nov 04, 2015 5:07 pm

He may hang around the winter then leave once the living is easy again.
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Postby GitaBooks » Wed Nov 04, 2015 7:33 pm

We have a feral cat, Pi, who got hit by a car. He is a domestic cat, not a bobcat, but he doesn't prefer to be around people. However, during the winter and during lean times he comes back for a warm barn, safety from predators, and a consistent and healthy diet. Then he tends to leave for weeks on end during warmer, drier weather, even though he is lame in one leg and partially blind and deaf.

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