A remote camera in Washington state shows a mother bobcat teaching her kitten to jump. The mother leaps to a branch off-screen and the kitten follows suit … sort of. Check out the super slo-mo replay of the young cat’s valiant effort. The Center took legal action against the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services program in 2019 over its killing of thousands of native animals a year in Washington state, including bobcats.
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