A wounded bobcat is going to get the treatment it needs thanks to Contra Costa California Highway Patrol officers. CHP Rescues Wounded Bobcat On Side Of Road In East Bay Hills – CBS San Francisco

CROCKETT (CBS SF) — A wounded bobcat is going to get the treatment it needs thanks to some California Highway Patrol officers.

Contra Costa CHP received a call Tuesday afternoon about “some type of wildlife on the side of the road” at Cummings Skyway just east of Crockett Blvd.

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When officers arrived they found a bobcat with an injured leg.

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With the help of Animal Services, the officers were able to transport the bobcat to the Lindsay Wildlife Experience Museum in Walnut Creek.

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Later, the officers posted a photo of the wild cat on their Facebook page with a message, “Get well little guy!”