Oatland Island Wildlife Center welcomes three new residents

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - The Oatland Island Wildlife Center welcomed three new residents this weekend.

Bobcats, two boys and one girl, named Oden, Bo, and Teal.

They were found living under a demolished home in another state and were rescued.

They have a large living area and they also gained a new bobcat friend, 20 year old, Alex, who is already a resident at the center.

The bobcats are all under the age of two and were welcomed with open arms to the Wildlife Center.

Joanna Eval says, "we asked them if we could take them and the lady who ran the place said that this would be a perfect place for them to be. So, this will be their permanent home here."

To see the new bobcats, you can go to The Oatland Island Wildlife Center. They are open seven days a week from 10am to 5 pm.

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