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Bobcat/Wildcat Advancement Ceremony

The Bobcat is a small wildcat, about 3 feet long or shorter.  The Bobcat is hard to find, especially during the hours of 3 to 5 pm when it is time to take out the trash, cut the grass, or take a bath.  It hides behind trees, under beds, or behind an imaginary tank or truck waiting for the enemy to pass.  It feeds on hamburgers, hot-dogs, tacos, cakes, candy and hunts for food wherever he can find it.  Bobcats can be found in trees, mud puddles, under leaves, in an old rain barrel, on the roof, or anywhere girls aren't.  They can be found as far as the school playground or as close as the neighbors yard, pulling on the cat's tail.  The Bobcat's ability to run, jump, and hide is a legend.  TV movies, Walt Disney, or Power Rangers have been known to be able to lure this wild creature in close for the catch.  Many a mighty and crafty hunter has been foiled in their efforts to take this strange creature.

But here, now, if you are ready, but stand back, because he is unpredictable, I present to you a Bobcat(s), tamed, washed, hair combed, and about as lovable as he can be, probably with a frog in his pocket.

Boys and their parents are called forward and presented their awards.


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