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On Friday and Saturday, we were honored with a visit of a mother bobcat and her three small kittens. It was amazing and deeply moving to observe them for many hours playing, nursing, and climbing trees, all the while under the patient and watchful eye of Mom.
 
Our home is clearly a safe place for them, with a deck to sleep under, many trees to climb, and a fenced yard to keep out predators.
 
I hope that these photographs will deeply touch you with a profound respect and appreciation for these magnificent creatures.

Out of respect, these photographs were taken from inside our home through windows, and sometimes screens as well.

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1 hour ago, jerryy said:

Did your Bengal like having the visitors?

One of them got very excited, meowing loudly at the windows, especially when one of the kittens came right up to it.  The other one showed zero interest.

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