Bobcats are normally very solitary animals, so this was a treat for everybody.

The bobcats were caught on a trail cam, chasing each other, at Chippewa Watershed Conservancy's Audubon Woods Preserve last month, which is about eight miles west of Mount Pleasant. The were playing cat and mouse (get it? see what I did there?) on the 40 acres of land protected by the Michigan DNR.

Apparently, they're not pack animals, and this isn't normal behavior for them. Either it was a mother and child or two bobcats trying to mate with each other. Bobcats are smaller than cougars but, obviously, bigger than domestic cats. And they are also not fans of humans and do not pose a threat; they'll likely run away from you.

However, if you DO see a bobcat, you can can report it to the Michigan DNR by clicking HERE.