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FFA Wildlife Center plans bobcat release in November

Cactus Bob, the bobcat kitten rescued from an unfortunate encounter with cactus needles, has fully recovered due to careful care from the Fund for Animal's Wildlife Center in Ramona, CA.

Now nearly full-grown, the bobcat will one of the first released back into the wild this November. Currently he and other young bobcats in the Center's care are living in a "pre-release enclosure" complete with a waterfall and pond.

The Wildlife Center in northeast San Diego county treats injured and orphaned wildlife with the goal of releasing them back into the wild. They also care for nearly 40 full-time residents rescued from the exotic pet trade and other acts of cruelty. supports the work of this Wildlife Center and other Fund for Animals sanctuaries through the "Click Here To Give" program at The Animal Rescue Site and Gifts That Give More.

Photo: Cactus Bob is the top cat (blonde one) on this totem pole.

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