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Patient of the Week: Orphaned Bobcat Kitten

At the beginning of July, Tucson Wildlife Center took in an orphaned bobcat kitten for rehabilitation. This baby bobcat had been discovered by Vail residents in an abandoned, backyard chicken coop. The finders called TWC and were counseled to wait to see if the mother returned. The next morning, they called back to say the…

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Tribute to Wilbur the Bobcat

Tucson Wildlife Center wants to pay tribute to our beloved Wilbur, who passed last January. Wilbur came to us over 16 years ago, as a 3-week-old kitten, with a head injury suffered when a bulldozer collapsed his den. With medical care from TWC, he survived but was diagnosed with epilepsy and had to stay on…

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Patient of the Week: Grandpa and Wilma

Thanks to all of the donations of pumpkins and other items from the Tucson community, our Tucson Wildlife Center staff were able to serve many of our animals’ special meals in honor of Thanksgiving. The below pictures are of two of our sanctuary animals. Grandpa, the javelina, and Wilma the bobcat. Both residents are sanctuary…

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