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Bobcat
Bobcat
(Lynx rufus)

Rated as Least Concern list on the IUCN Red List, the bobcat is one of the few success stories  of wild cats surviving in today's world. Highly adaptable in both  habitat and prey, and not repelled by living close to humans, as many as  1 million live across the United States and southern Canada today.  As  many as 80,000 are trapped for their fur every year, with 37 states  allowing this.  They are found in deserts, mountains, forests, and  swamps.  Their average weight is only 20 pounds, and 80 percent of their  diet is rabbits.
Poppy

Sex: Male
Born: March 15 2009
Arrived at EFBC: April 2009
Fun Fact: Is a brother and litter-mate of Sage, born and found orphaned in an abandoned house in Mojave.
Favorite Enrichment: hard boiled eggs, large produce boxes
Wishlist item: Cat Scratcher
Sage

Sex: Female
Born: March 15 2009
Arrived at EFBC: April 2009
Fun Fact: Is a brother and litter-mate of Sage, born and found orphaned in an abandoned house in Mojave.
Favorite Enrichment: hard boiled eggs, corrugated cat scratchers
Wishlist item: Cat Scratcher

Willow

Sex: Female
Born: March 2000
Arrived at EFBC: June 2000
Fun Fact: A hiker found this kitten in the desert outside Rosamond and picked her up thinking she had been abandoned. Willow is a great ambassador for teaching children and adults alike to leave wildife where you find it.
Favorite Enrichment: large produce boxes, essential oils (rosemary, lavender, nutmeg)
Wishlist item: Cat Scratcher
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