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This adorable Metro Vancouver bobcat kitten footage will melt your heart (VIDEO)

His name is Tucker 🐾
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The Critter Care Wildlife Society in Metro Vancouver releasing adorable footage of a bobcat kitten to raise donations for the rehabilitation facility. 

Need a cute animal video to help you get through the day?

The Critter Care Wildlife Society is releasing adorable footage of a resident baby feline to raise donations for the rehabilitation facility. 

Tucker — a pint-sized bobcat kitten — was found orphaned on the side of the road in Grand Forks on July 7. Now, the bright-eyed youngster lives at the Critter Care facility in Langley. However, his care comes with a steep price tag. 

The charitable organization notes that material for a "bobcat enclosure" costs over $85,000. Other costs include "heating pads, syringes for feeding, bedding, medicines, laundry, as well as a supply of special food."

Critter Care is asking the public to sponsor the kitten to help with the cost of his rehabilitation and eventual release. Donors will receive a tax receipt as well as a 5 x 7 certificate that includes a photo of Tucker. 

tucker-sponsorship-2021Photo via Critter Care Wildlife Society

 

Watch a video of Tucker at Critter Care.

 

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