Mountain lion found taking a catnap in Pasadena backyard – Los Angeles Times

Mountain lion found taking a catnap in Pasadena backyard - Los Angeles Times

Mountain Lion Reportedly Spotted In Pasadena Backyard

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PASADENA (CBSLA) – Authorities Thursday were investigating a mountain lion sighting in a Pasadena residential area.

A homeowner called Pasadena police just after 5 p.m. to report the animal on the 1600 block of N. Lake Avenue near Washington Blvd., according to Pasadena Fire spokeswoman Lisa Dederian.

A short time later, a resident on the 1500 block called police and said the cat was napping under a tree.

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