I love cats. I really do. When I was growing up, we were the family with “all the cats.” We didn’t have numbers worthy of a health department call, but we had a fairly sizable number particularly during the spring kitten season.
My love for cats and my motherly instinct made me want to invite this kitten inside the other day. He was purring and he looked like he needed a friend. When I opened the door for a picture, it looked like he would have come inside. I closed the door.
This, my friends, is a bob cat. It is a jumbo cat without a tail. It is not as big (and thus not as dangerous as a mountain lion), but I wouldn’t want it living in my house or on my deck.

4 Responses to Bobkitty
  1. I would love to be able to live out in nature’s backyard. I so love seeing nature and all of God’s creations. That is soooooo awesome…to be able to see a bobcat that close! I really need to get out of the city! I can easily see myself growing and canning my own food the way my grandmother did and all of the other great outdoors stuff.

  2. Hi Angela. Thanks for stopping by. It looks like the “bobkitty” may be living under our deck. Uh oh.

  3. At least you won’t have to worry about rodents:) Hopefully it won’t endanger any of your pets or family members.

  4. That’s my concern, Angela — the family members. My five year old plays outside quite a bit. Someone is always out there with him, but not necessarily *that close.*

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