to connectVideoMountain lion is chasing the cat in front of California home
The mountain lion is locked in the bathroom, the police were able to knock it out of the room, where a mountain lion had escaped.
A mountain lion broke into a California home, apparently in search of his next meal, was cornered in the bathroom after attempting to do so.
The ‘intruder’ was seen by the Sudduth family to their home in Sonora, a city about 50 miles northwest of Yosemite National Park on Sunday night. The homeowner, Edward Sudduth said she was just watching tv and then all of a sudden, we heard a loud bang.”
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“We thought it was a dog,” and his wife, Kathy Sudduth, told KTXL on the big cat.
Probably looking for the neighbours cat to eat, and the lion ended up in their living room, before you go There. Edward said, “His tail was pretty close to me, so I just thwipped” it’s a little bit like that.”
“I was very much aware of what was going on, but at least I knew what to do,” Edward said, pointing out that he and She lock themselves in a room and you got in touch with the 911.
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The state Department of Fish and Wildlife, and representatives of the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office, responded to, and tried to figure out how to let the cat in.
Deputies and wildlife officers were able to coax the mountain lion, and the second-floor bathroom window.
(Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office)
The researchers broke down the second-floor bathroom window and it made a sound, looking up at the mountain lion to jump out.
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The mountain lion has not been seen since Sunday, according to KTXL. However, the wildlife officials “are not of the opinion that the mountain lion sightings near human habitation a public safety concern, as long as the lion is not exhibiting aggressive behavior towards people.”
In spite of the mountain lion is not considered to be a public safety concern, the sheriff’s office warned of online for the people that still have their doors locked and secured. “If you encounter a mountain lion, here are a few helpful tips for a safe, sound, act on is challenging, and is not afraid to maintain eye contact, the best I can do is to walk, slowly, away, and back to the fight when you are being attacked!” officers said.