Matthew Beck
Following a busy morning learning about his new digs, Yuma rested in the tall grass of his new enclosure.
Purrr-fect ambassador for wildlife

HOMOSASSA — He was like a little boy in a candy store.

Cautious at first, the adrenaline soon kicked in as curious 7-month-old Yuma bounced from tree to tall grass and back again. A yellow butterfly flew past his lengthy whiskers and distracted his playful thoughts, but then he was off again, racing toward his new flying friend.

But that was until he noticed his bobcat neighbors — Tank and Tony — blankly staring at his childlike dance.