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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Here Kitty, Kitty.........



I borrowed these pictures from Granny J

Now can you image this!!!!!!



Apparently this took place in Northern Arizona.

where you can grow a garden if you dare.......



Here are some interesting Mountain Lion facts:

Cougars live for approximately 8 - 10 years in the wild.

Mountain Lions live solitary lives. A mother mountain lion and it's kittens live together until the kitten is old enough to survive on its own.

Female Mountain lions breed for their first time between 1.5 and 3

Kittens have it rough....only 1 in 6 survive

and the most important......You have a better chance of being struck by lightening than dying because of a mountain lion attack.

7 comments:

Mevely317 said...

This is fascinating and heartbreaking at the same time; aren't they so beautiful?

Farmchick said...

Really a beautiful animal, but HOLY COW I would flip out if I saw that on my deck! I can't imagine. But, we deal with coyotes all the time and they have come up to our yard. I guess it is just what you are used to!

Chatty Crone said...

Lovely to look at - but don't think I'd want to be with one either!

sandie

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Lady Di Tn said...

Most unusual as they usually do not come around humans. TWRA stocked the Land Betweens the Lakes(North west TN) area with cougars several years back and I was still hunting at the time and the closest I could get to one was his or her foot print by a pond. I thought it would be thrilling to see one in the wild and here he is laying on someones porch. They are beautiful cats and I have a big Charles Frace print of one. Peace

Shammickite said...

Hmmmm.... that would be a little disconcerting, to look out of the window and see that face looking in!

JeanMac said...

Powerful and beautiful - and I was frightened to see coyotes in our yard:)