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US Woman puts injured bobcat in car — next to her toddler

03:40  20 september  2019
03:40  20 september  2019 Source:   autoblog.com

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— Officials have issued a warning after a Colorado Springs woman put an injured bobcat in her car , inches from where her child was in a Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokesman Bill Vogrin says the woman spotted the injured adult male cat (shown above) while driving, wrapped it in a blanket and

Wildlife officials say a Colorado Springs woman put an injured bobcat in her car , inches from where her child was in a safety seat. Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokesman Bill Vogrin says the woman spotted the injured adult male cat (shown above) while driving, wrapped it in a blanket and put it in

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Officials have issued a warning after a Colorado Springs woman put an injured bobcat in her car, inches from where her child was in a safety seat: Don’t pick up wildlife.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokesman Bill Vogrin says the woman spotted the injured adult male cat (shown above) while driving, wrapped it in a blanket and put it in the back of her SUV on Wednesday.

A boy, about 3 years old, was in the back seat.

Agency officials told her to get her boy and herself out of the vehicle when she called to ask what to do.

Vogrin says District Wildlife Manager Sarah Watson responded to the call, opened a door and slammed it shut when she spotted the 20-pound cat.

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A mother picked an injured bobcat up off the road then put the big cat in the back of her car next to her toddler . The unnamed woman ’s act of kindness was shared by Colorado Parks and Wildlife Officials who warned that her good intentions could have put her three year-old in mortal danger.

A Colorado mother is facing criticism from wildlife officials who said she put an injured bobcat into her car next to her child. Parks and Wildlife officials in the southeast region of the state issued a warning to the public on Twitter after describing a "lucky" Colorado Springs woman who put the injured predator

Watson used a trapping device to remove the animal, which was hissing and resisting her despite severe internal injuries and paralyzed rear legs.

The mortally injured cat was euthanized.

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