European wildcats will find family happiness in German forests

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European wildcats are threatened with extinction. It is all the more gratifying that they can be seen more and more often in German climes - and even found a family there. Unfortunately, the animals are not like our normal cat breeds and therefore very shy of people, so that you can rarely see the clumsy wild cats in the wild as in our heart-wrenching video find.

With a lot of luck, the European wildcat can now also be seen near Bonn, reports the "Welt". For the Kattenforst in the south-west, the German Federation for the Environment and Nature Conservation (BUND), together with the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN), was able to proudly announce that at least eleven of the cats are in this area - and hopefully also settle there. Because suitable retreats for the endangered wild cats have become rare in Germany. The BUND estimates the nationwide population at around 5,000 to 7,000 animals.

It's a shame that the cute animals are so shy. The family life of the European wildcat usually takes place in secret. Animal lovers will be heartbroken when the clumsy boys go exploring and practice climbing and balancing. Clumsy and insecure, the fluffy wild cats in the Bavarian Forest National Park explore the area. Of course, the mother always has a watchful eye on the little ones and hurries to help when the boys are stuck.

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