Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center in Morgan Hill
Two little ones are 3 weeks old in this picture.
Wildlife volunteer does not want the bobcat kittens to be domesticated.
In addition to rescue and rehabilitate wildlife, one of the missions of the center is "to help emphasize topics such as respect for wildlife, peaceful coexistence, and the impact of encroaching civilization on their habitat."
"I wholeheartedly agree with this mission statement. Though I do not want to raise wildlife in our backyard and consider them animal non-gratis, I don't have any desire to kill them. If very young baby wildlife is found, the wildlife center accepts them. I have sent several baby possums there. The local animal shelter and wildlife center both advise the release of adult wildlife to the state or county parks that are not far from our home. A few miles of driving will find them a home that is full of foliage and running spring.
I don't judge what others do; I have a no-kill practice with my rabbits and would do the same when it comes to wildlife. I feel that it is not necessary to kill any healthy living things to achieve a goal. There is always a way to get there without harming any lives."