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Woman Mistakenly Brings Wild Bobcat Home Thinking It’s A Lost Cat

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We many a times make several mistakes that have a life changing impact on us. So it’s better that we make all decisions after thinking clearly. But not all people have the time to think before they act. One woman from Richmond, VA, USA had to face the consequences of her bad decision and it wasn’t easy for her.

This woman heard some screams coming from a fence. An animal was stuck there and screaming in pain. She thought that it was a cat and decided to rescue the creature. However, this cat seemed a bit different from the other cats. Nonetheless, she brought the cat like creature into her home.

Little did this woman know that she was in for a big surprise. The creature was a different kind of cat. It was a Wild Bobcat.

Bobcats are also known as Lynx Rufus and are from North America. Natural born predators, bobcats like to prey on rodents, rabbits and other such creatures.

There are high chances that you may not have seen a Wild Bobcat as they are nocturnal creatures and usually come out at night.

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Soon after the woman got the cat inside, she realized that something was weird. The cat was acting all different. She immediately posted in craigslist in order to find out about his owner.

Talking about the rescue cat, the woman said,

It is very thick and has little stripes and spots on its legs and big white round spots on the back of its ears, only thing that looks wrong with him is he doesn’t have a tail, but it doesn’t seem like anything new.

The woman also said that it looks like a mini version of a lion. Soon her inbox was full of messages and she realized that it was actually a bobcat.

Even though cats are really adorable, you have to be careful. Every cat is not meant to be invited in your homes. So next time you bring a cat in your home, check if it’s a cat.

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