Wild Mountain Lion Breaks Into San Francisco Area Home Full of Taxidermy Animals

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This may be the most striking example yet of the corona hoax lockdowns emboldening wild animals into acting more aggressive towards people. It's long been known that mountain lions prowl the suburbs of major Californian cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, in fact, as the article notes, this is the second one found in the faggot capital this week. But this is the first time I've ever heard of one breaking into a home. It was apparently attracted by a large collection of taxidermy animals in the home, but millions of homes in the Western states have taxidermy displays, and I've never heard of this happening before:

Mountain lion breaks into SF Bay Area house filled with taxidermy trophy heads

Amy Graff, SFGATE
May 26, 2021Updated: May 26, 2021 8:08 a.m.
FILE - A portrait of a puma approaching n California

FILE - A portrait of a puma approaching n California

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A curious mountain lion broke through the exterior glass window of a residence in the San Francisco suburb of San Bruno early Tuesday.

The San Bruno Police Department said in a statement it's believed the animal was drawn into the home by several large game taxidermy trophy heads mounted on the interior walls.

The homeowner scared the animal out of the house. Authorities were unable to locate it.

The incident occurred at 12:20 a.m. in the 200 block of Ross Avenue, which is near open space that stretches from the coast in Pacifica across the peninsula to the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Mountain lion sightings aren't uncommon in California. The Department of Fish and Wildlife estimates 4,000 to 6,000 mountain lions live in the state. But the San Bruno Police Department called what happened Tuesday "out of the ordinary."

The department offered tips for homeowners who live near mountain lion territory to secure their homes. The suggestions including deer-proofing your property to avoid attracting a lion’s main food source, removing dense vegetation from around the home to reduce hiding spaces, installing outdoor lighting to make it difficult for mountain lions to approach unseen, and not leaving small children or pets outside unattended.

Last Wednesday a mountain lion was captured in San Francisco after being spotted in a tree. Fish and wildlife said data collected from the puma's radio collar revealed this was the same animal spotted roaming city streets several days last week.

The mountain lion was found in a tree on Santa Marina and Mission streets on the west side of Bernal Heights. Officials darted the animal with a tranquilizer and transported it to the Oakland Zoo where it was observed before being released back into the wild.

 

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I think blaming the China virus lock down on wild animals running amok in urban and suburban environments is extremely idiotic. It happened before the China virus got here.

It's most likely just stupid bored white people that don't know how to leave well enough alone. Let the hippie tree hugging fucks go and ask the mountain lions to please leave them alone. Maybe they can negotiate with them or get mauled. I hope the mountain lions rips their throats out.

People used to keep these types of animals in check population wise. But with everyone wanting to save something and virtue signal they end up making more problems.
 

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I think blaming the China virus lock down on wild animals running amok in urban and suburban environments is extremely idiotic. It happened before the China virus got here.

It's most likely just stupid bored white people that don't know how to leave well enough alone. Let the hippie tree hugging fucks go and ask the mountain lions to please leave them alone. Maybe they can negotiate with them or get mauled. I hope the mountain lions rips their throats out.

People used to keep these types of animals in check population wise. But with everyone wanting to save something and virtue signal they end up making more problems.
 

CuzinEd

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I think blaming the China virus lock down on wild animals running amok in urban and suburban environments is extremely idiotic. It happened before the China virus got here.

It's most likely just stupid bored white people that don't know how to leave well enough alone. Let the hippie tree hugging fucks go and ask the mountain lions to please leave them alone. Maybe they can negotiate with them or get mauled. I hope the mountain lions rips their throats out.

People used to keep these types of animals in check population wise. But with everyone wanting to save something and virtue signal they end up making more problems.
 

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This is an omen of our future. After the vaxxine depopulation much of suburbia will be abandoned.

Cougar was just a bit early. Be patient noble cat !
 

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