Too wild to be a pet, too domestic for a zoo
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Meet Flerken the rescued half wildcat, half domestic pet

A cat deemed too wild to be kept as a pet has been found a home at a wildlife park.

Flerken the savannah cat was seized by Border Force officers after being illegally imported into the UK.

She is a cross between an African wildcat and a domestic breed and is considered too dangerous to be kept in a private home.

She has been taken in by the Ark Wildlife Park in Stickney, Lincolnshire.

  • 11 Jan 2020
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