The Reintroduction Program applies to all of the animals that enter the Wildlife Rescue Center because of repossession, habitat destruction, hunting, or from being injured in public and private areas. These animals are placed in quarantine, rehabilitated, and if they fit the necessary profile, are released into protected wild areas.
Here is a picture of an immature Margay. It's mother was found dead so the zoo took it in. Some animals can be released back into the wild, but others can not.