Tim Newton realized something was abnormal when he got up to a fuss on his yard one morning. He at first thought it was an intruder, yet when he looked into the window – there was something he never thought he would see, a lynx family.
In his meeting with The Dodo, he reported:
“It was directly close sunrise. I heard a few commotions; it resembled something scrambling on the deck. Leaving my sleep, I thought, ‘What the hell is that?’ So I put on my shower robe and gradually moved back the window ornament. Also, directly there, 2 feet away, was a lynx cat. He was staying there watching his kin race by.”
However, these weren’t the main lynx little cat, as soon thereafter he saw three more. He got his camera.
“They were running forward and backward, jumping on one another. I began snapping endlessly. I thought, Goodness! What a luck. This fair beats all. This is simply brilliant!”
His photographs quickly became a web sensation. Newton says:
“They were so charming. It was charming tastic. It was simply wonderful.”
He got the opportunity to take many photographs, as they stayed sufficiently long on his patio, making the most of their time.
“They began to play once more. For the following 40 minutes, they all played on my deck. They were pursuing one another, rolling and wrestling.”
While watching their family time, Newton inferred that their mom merited a great deal of respect.
“She has her hands full. I’ve inferred that lynx must spend 1% of their lives chasing rabbits, and 99% chasing their children. What a bunch!”
He caught unfathomable pictures of the cute lynx, and keeping in mind that all the others appeared to not see him, one of them moved toward the screen to research:
“I don’t have the foggiest idea why I did this – possibly to state to him, ‘Goodness, what an adorable little kitty!’ – however I pulled the camera far from my face a bit, and my eyes appeared. The vibe of dread on that little cat’s face! His eyes were wide open, and he just took off from me! In any case, the others didn’t get on it.”
A short time later, their mom gathered together her offspring and walked them back to the woods.
However, this experience awed Newton, as he believed he saw a genuine marvel, that helped him to remember the magnificence and intensity of Nature that encompasses us.
He also said:
“We’re constantly excited to encounter untamed life. It makes me feel appreciative – grateful for where I live. I’m grateful to have seen these lynxes very close.”