SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Two baby bobcats spotted in Scottsdale were reunited Saturday after being separated from their mom and siblings.
According to Southwest Wildlife Conservation Veterinarian Cassie Boyle, the two kittens were initially seen by a Scottsdale homeowner.
Boyle said the man left the kittens alone and kept a close eye out for their mother. Residents in the neighborhood began to feed the kittens chicken, so a volunteer was sent out to trap them.
Wildlife experts were able to capture one of the cats Friday, but did not catch the other one until Saturday.
Officials said the siblings were very happy to be back together.
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