Three Bobcats Get Close To A House In Alaska
Imagine how awesome is living in the away from the busy city. All the trees, flowers, fantastic nature, fresh air, and the morning coffees in your fantastic garden away from the pollution, the big city, the traffic and less worry about your health condition.
Can enjoy the breathtaking landscapes such as huge meadows, peaceful hills or forests, and enjoy the peace in your long walk in the woods. Living away from the city means having a big house with big garden and wild animals nearby that come by to visit once in a while and that kind of thing can never happen in the city, and that precisely what happened to these workers while working on a house in Alaska.
While working on a house in a peaceful city Anchorage in Alaska, they were visited by some babies bobcats. Check out this video and close encounter with this cute bobcats.
Info from Licensor: "This took place on the deck of a house we were working on. I saw one a few hours prior and then 2, then a 3rd showed up. A Whole little family, which you barely ever see them together." Were they looking for food? Where they curious about the house and the workers? Well, no matter what reason they were so close to the home we are glad that this person got this situation on camera because of it really amazing to see them so close. They are also charming! Don’t you think?
A diverse wildlife population exists within urban Anchorage and the surrounding area. There are a lot of black bears, grizzly bears, mountain goats, moose, wolves and of course bobcats.
The bobcat or also called lynx is a solitary cat that haunts the remote northern backwoods of North America, Europe, and Asia. Lynx is secured with beautiful thick fur that keeps them warm during sub-zero winters. Their large paws are additionally textured and hit the ground with a spreading toe movement that makes them work as regular snowshoes.
Lynx has a short tail, characteristic tufts of black hair on the tips of their ears, large, padded paws for walking on snow and long whiskers on the face. Under their neck, they have a ruff which has black bars resembling a bow tie although this is often not visible.
They are afraid of humans, so they try to avoid them. And that’s what makes this video even more remarkable because it’s daylight and they are so close to humans. Wow, these little babies are fearless!
However, not all Bobcats are wild and dangerous. If they are raised with people and trained by them, they can be delightful and loving, after all, they are just big soft cats. Just take a look at this adorable lynx that absolutely loves being brushed!
Max, the animal ambassador, gets a morning brushing. As you can see from the handful of fur off to the side, he has been shedding his winter coat. So adorable!