Mountain lion captured in a backyard in Southern California

Mountain lion captured in a backyard in Southern California

A mountain lion was captured Thursday in Simi Valley, Southern California. Police and wildlife officers responded to the area, where people had earlier reported seeing a cougar. The lion was tranquilized and fitted with a tracking collar as part of an ongoing research project. It is expected to be released back into the mountains northwest of Los Angeles.

Timothy
Timothy
I Am Grug
I Am Grug 4 months

Grug think this is because Californians destroy state. Grug think Californians mismanage anything they get hands on and should be prohibited from moving to any other state. Grug think they not gonna learn lesson and make everyone else suffer as much as them. Grug know this already happening in Texas. Texas tribe needs to attempt armed revolt or lose rights to tyrant berry pickers.

david phillips
david phillips 4 months

It sounds like the game wardens need to start a massive relocation program in that area. They need to put out live traps to catch all of the humans and take them out of the counters home range. As for the pets. Perhaps the homeowners should stop putting cougar snacks in their back yards. Schnauzer unattended in yard = cougar snack.

porcus
porcus 4 months

Needs a lot more space without humans...

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 4 months

Ma! Maaaa! There's a giant fucking house cat in the backyard! Quick call the cops!

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 4 months

Kitty just wanted some kibble.

RJ of Cthulhu
RJ of Cthulhu 4 months

California has the most people complaining about Climate Change, and yet they are the worst stewards of their environment in the US. Even New Jersey does better. This event was partially caused by people's encroachment on land that was recently wild and the failure of water and fire management in the state.

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