That’s right, meet “The Three Stooges”, “Bob”, “Milo” and “Lyle” our three adult male bobcats. They are full of so much energy, they’ll make you tired just watching them! They all three can be worked together or separately. Together or alone, they will run right at camera, play fight, and pose. They all have terrific personalities, giving you great natural behaviors, with not one, but the possiblity of three bobcats in one picture! The Bobcat is always on board for our Red Rock Moab Utah each year. Jumping across shallow canyons, catch his reflection in the pot holes, posing nicely with the breathtaking Red Rock Canyons as the backdrop. Our cats are not declawed, therefore they can be photographed/filmed in trees, jumping down and back up again. The opportunties are endless!
- Type: Mammal
- Diet: Carnivore
- Average life span in the wild: 10 to 12 years
- Size: Head and body, 26 to 41 in (66 to 104 cm); tail, 4 to 7 in (10 to 18 cm)
- Weight: 11 to 30 lbs (5 to 14 kg)
- Did you know? The bobcat is the most abundant wildcat in the U.S. and has the greatest range of all native North American cats.
- Latin Name: Lynx rufus