Orphaned mountain lion kittens given new home at zoos


A trio of 2-month-old mountain lions are headed to zoos after California wildlife officials scooped them up last week following their mother’s death and nursed them back to health.   The kittens were found in Siskiyou County in northern California wandering around a resident’s yard, fending for themselves…..MORE


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One Response to Orphaned mountain lion kittens given new home at zoos

  1. sarasinart says:

    Aww, they’re adorable. So wonderful for people to work so hard to save them.


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