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Bobcat Survived California Wildfire And Birthed Four Kittens

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Bobcat Survived California Wildfire And Birthed Four Kittens

Bobcat Survived California Wildfire And Birthed Four Kittens

Geek.com reports a young bobcat that survived the deadly wildfire that ravaged Southern California last November has given birth to four kittens.

Wildlife officials have said the bobcat mother was given a tracking collar on November 7, the day before the start of Woolsey Fire.

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Bobcat Survived California Wildfire And Birthed Four Kittens

APRIL 9, 2019 PHOTO.

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