WALKER, Mich. (WOOD) — Blandford Nature Center is asking neighbors to maintain an eye fixed out for a bobcat that escaped from her enclosure for a second time in as many weeks.
Artemis was final seen on Blandford’s property Thursday night, the character middle stated in a Facebook put up.
The nature middle stated her enclosure was authorised by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for holding Artemis and her brother Apollo, and adjustments have been made after her Dec. 17 escape. However, “Artemis is intelligent and figured out how to open a latch,” the put up acknowledged.
The nature middle first thought it was Apollo that escaped the primary time however later decided it was Artemis. She was found and captured by a Grand Rapids home-owner two days later.
The nature middle says Artemis is probably going not a menace to people and most animals due to her younger age and dimension. She is similar dimension as a big home cat.
Blandford Nature Center is asking folks to report any sightings of Artemis to the Grand Rapids Police Department at 616.456.3400. Do not try to seize her.
The nature middle says Apollo has been moved to a brief safe shelter at John Ball Zoo till the middle’s bobcat enclosure will be additional improved.