A cat adopts an orphaned lynx baby that must remain wild to be rehabilitated in its natural environment as an adult (video)

Honeybun is a cat with a remarkable maternal instinct. When the members of the shelter introduced her to this 6-week-old lynx in need of affection, she immediately took him under her wing, much to the relief of the rescue teams. It was actually heartbreaking to see that the baby demanded attention, but it was necessary to keep a distance so as not to socialize him.


honey bunan alley cat, lives at the shelter Spicy Cats Rescue since she was found wandering with her offspring. Of course, she took advantage of the organization’s sterilization program and finally settled in with her foster family.

For some time now, honey bun, who have strong maternal instincts, are happy to help when orphaned kittens arrive. She fills them with tenderness as she infuses them with feline codes.

Recently, the association has Millstone Wildlife Centerwho specializes in rescuing wild animals, has been entrusted with a 6-week-old baby lynx.

The unfortunate man was found starving and alone. The goal is to give him the care he needs and then release him into his natural habitat when he is old enough to fly on his own.

It is therefore very important not to socialize him.

“He cried from loneliness”

The poor little boy lived very badly in his new condition. “It’s delicate. This social animal also needs playtime, hugs and a little help with grooming. But we have to be especially careful that he’s not comfortable around people.”shared frannie from Millstone Wildlife Center on lovemeow.

The 2 associations have therefore tried the experiment of presenting honey bun for the baby. And luckily, love at first sight was immediate and mutual.

The mother takes care of him as if he were her own. “The huge kitten, on the other hand, was instantly over the moon and completely calmed down”have explained Carolinathe founder of Spicy Cats Rescue.

The volunteers therefore stay away from this relationship and observe it from a distance. They are touched by the crazy games and the tender moments of the duo.

In addition, they note that the little lynx learns very quickly together with its surrogate mother.

“He now knows how to wash himself and eat like an adult. And in just a week! They do everything together, it’s adorable”added Carolina.

The members of the 2 associations are therefore relieved about the kitten’s future like no other.

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