Three people in Texas were bitten when the kitties they thought they were trading turned out to be rags.
"Hey, listen," wrote the city's Animal Care Services on Facebook. "Wildlife should really stay in THE WILD and it's up to us to do this! These Bobcat kittens are now orphaned and quarantined with our Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation partners because someone thought they looked like house cats
The janitors thought the cats found in Atascosa County were Bengali kittens – a rare breed of domestic animal – and took them to a nearby house.
The Bobcats were fed milk from animal feed bottles According to reports, they realized that something was wrong when the hungry animals ripped the bottles apart and bit them.
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The animal control was called and Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation took the cats to where they stayed quarantined.
San Antonio's Animal Care Services is working with the Texas State Parks and Wildlife "to investigate the potential crime of capturing and resettling the animal."  Nicole Darrah reports breaking news for FoxNews.com. Follow her on Twitter @nicoledarrah .