This is a particularly pleasant picture of a fawn and bobcat kitten cuddling up together in an office somewhere in California. They were rescued from a forest fire and the rescuers had run out crates to transport them. I presume they were put in the office to keep them safe until they could transport them.
I have jazzed it up a bit with a fancy background. Someone said that the friendship was artificially created as they were thrust together under unusual circumstances.
The person said that normally an adult bobcat would prey on deer. I see the argument. In Eastern Washington bobcats do prey on white-tailed deer.
However, a bobcat kitten and a young deer are obviously able to get along and that is probably possible in the wild too. I am not saying it happens, just possible.
For example, there is a very strange photograph of cheetah making friends with a deer in the wild in Africa. I like, what I call, interspecies friendships.
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