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|03-01-2006 05:15 PM|
I was thinking the same thing.
|03-01-2006 04:12 PM|
I wonder what the house cat thought when he saw that thing. "That's the biggest damn cat I've ever seen!!!" They do look like regular house cats except just a whole lot bigger.
I share with the others concerns about animals like less and less habitat and risking being shot. I'm glad this one wasn't killed.
|03-01-2006 03:41 PM|
oh, i agree. as soon as i started it, i thought they would have killed him. i was very glad they did not.
|03-01-2006 08:46 AM|
That attitude IS annoying.
BUT they tranquilized the mountain lion, tagged him, plan to track him, and released him back into the forest. So his life was saved. That's a better ending than what we usually read.
|03-01-2006 08:19 AM|
stories like this make me sad.
they're always about how these animals shouldn't be in the suburbs cuz that's "our" territory. or in this one, the guy says it was a "well-behaved" cat cuz it didn't attack him. whatever. or they end up putting hte animal to sleep because they did attack a human.
it makes me crazy.
|02-27-2006 09:36 PM|
Mountain lion has a catnap in the suburbs
LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) -- Zachary Bovinette said he was looking out of his kitchen window Monday when he saw his cat on a roof outside looking "most eager to get back in."
About 15 feet behind him was a 65-pound mountain lion.
Later, the big cat snoozed away unfazed by a gathering crowd in the Los Angeles, California, suburb of Altadena.
There's a little video and the rest of the article here: http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/02/27/mou...eut/index.html