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Rescue Kittens

These babies were born in a woodpile early fall. Wildlife Watch was able to grab them all except for one little tiger. After almost two months, we got him. He’s half the size of his brother, and still recovering from exposure and lousy meals, but he’s ecstatic to be with his brother and they’re a delight to watch.

The woman who moved into the house near the woodpile said she saw the kitten’s dad catch a mouse on the road and bring it back to the baby. That’s amazing because they were all very thin and hungry.

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