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Where have all the kittens gone?

CATEGORY: Current Events |
On Dec 15, 2016

Recently it was reported that P-39 was hit and killed while attempting to cross the 118 fwy. She had given birth about six months ago to three kittens (as reported in several newspapers). Now there are concerns that the kittens, unable to hunt on their own, may not survive. As more information becomes available, we’ll update you…

In the meantime, press information on this, and other puma-related material can also be accessed in our press section on the home page.

More information can be found at
http://www.dailynews.com/environment-and-nature/20161215/p-39-mountain-lion-killed-on-freeway-near-chatsworth
and http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-mountain-lion-killed-car-chatsworth-20161215-story.html

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photos: LA Daily News website

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