The mountain kills the Colorado woman cat

<pre><pre>The mountain kills the Colorado woman cat

A mountain lion that was trapped inside a Colorado house killed a domestic cat before police and wildlife officials could scare him.

Boulder police say the owner of the house returned home Thursday night and found the mountain lion inside.

It seemed that he had passed through a screen and could not go back out.

Boulder police say the owner of the house returned to the house on Thursday night and found the mountain lion inside.

It looked like it had gone through a screen and could not go back out, said the Boulder police.

It looked like it had gone through a screen and could not go back out, said the Boulder police.

It looked like it had gone through a screen and could not go back out, said the Boulder police.

The big cat roamed two levels of the house for more than an hour before officers used non-lethal rounds to scare the front door and away from the neighborhood, which is just southwest of downtown Boulder.

The police, who photographed the mountain lion lying between a coffee table and a sofa, called the theft disturbing and asked the residents to keep the doors and windows at ground level closed at night.

"Last night, a mountain lion entered a house on Marine St through an armored door, there were no injuries, but a cat was killed," Boulder police on Twitter reported.

& # 39; Please keep the doors and windows at ground level closed and closed at night and when you are not at home. (This is also good advice for bears and thieves).

Last month, Lauren Taylor (pictured) came to her house and discovered that a mountain lion slept for six or more hours behind her couch.

Last month, Lauren Taylor (pictured) came to her house and discovered that a mountain lion slept for six or more hours behind her couch.

Last month, Lauren Taylor (pictured) came to her house and discovered that a mountain lion slept for six or more hours behind her couch.

Last month, an Oregon woman arrived at her home and discovered that a mountain lion slept six hours or more behind her couch.

Lauren Taylor says that the lion had been drinking from a fountain near the back door, which was open, before entering the house.

"The door was open and the room has huge floors and stairs built around real tree branches, so he probably did not even realize he was walking inside until he was inside," he told his friends on Facebook.

"Immediately he tried to leave through a closed window, he got scared when someone shouted and hid behind the sofa."

Lauren said that when she came to see what was happening, the animal was "scared, agitated and determined to leave through a closed window".

Finally, the mountain lion calmed down and hid behind the couch. Lauren says she went out to see what the beast was doing out the window, and was surprised to find that she was asleep.

Lauren said that when she came to see what was happening, the animal was "scared, agitated and determined to leave through a closed window".

Lauren said that when she came to see what was happening, the animal was "scared, agitated and determined to leave through a closed window".

Lauren said that when she came to see what was happening, the animal was "scared, agitated and determined to leave through a closed window".

The lion stayed behind his couch for six hours, occasionally waking up and making eye contact with Lauren before stretching and going back to sleep

The lion stayed behind his couch for six hours, occasionally waking up and making eye contact with Lauren before stretching and going back to sleep

The lion stayed behind his couch for six hours, occasionally waking up and making eye contact with Lauren before stretching and going back to sleep

The lion stayed behind his couch for six hours, occasionally waking up and making eye contact with Lauren before stretching and going back to sleep.

Finally, Lauren decided that the mountain lion was calm enough to try to convince the innocent guest to go out again.

"It was only a couple of hours before dawn and we needed to ask her to leave without alarming her so much that she got scared," she explained.

"I sent telepathic photos of the routes out of the house through open doors and the route through the backyard, across the stream, through an open field, and back into the hills.

"We received guidance that the way to wake her up and get her out of her safe place behind the sofa without panicking was through the battery."

Finally, Lauren decided that the mountain lion was calm enough to try to convince the innocent guest to come out again.

Finally, Lauren decided that the mountain lion was calm enough to try to convince the innocent guest to come out again.

Finally, Lauren decided that the mountain lion was calm enough to try to convince the innocent guest to come out again.

"I sent telepathic photos of the routes out of the house through open doors and the route through the backyard, across the stream, through an open field, and back into the hills," Lauren said.

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