Couple years ago I got a call from West Virginia Wildlife Center, who I have done work for in the past, if I could come down to photograph couple baby bobcats that had been rescued. The mother had been killed and they were going to try to save them. I tried not to be too enthusiastic but of course I was there the next morning.
I didn't want to photograph them in their cages so we went out in the open grass where hopefully we could catch them if they tried to escape. I was in heaven as I photographed the two baby bobcats playing, jumping, and just being baby bobcats. As you can see in photograph one climbed on top of my head. They stayed in the grassy area pretty good but every once in awhile one would make a dash for the woods or under one of the cars parked along the side. One of the employees had a good system of throwing his jacket over the bobcat when they tried to scamper off. So we decided that I would come down every week to photograph them till the baby bobcats got too big to let out.