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‘Shadow Of An Animal’ Sneaks Into Woman’s Bedroom And Snatches Dog

It’s a things of nightmares.

A lady in Pescadero, Calif., pronounced she was sleeping with her child and her dog when she awoke around 3 a.m. on Monday to a sound of a 15-pound Portuguese Podengo barking aggressively.

When she looked up, she saw “a shade of an animal” enter a room by a open French doors, take a dog from a feet of a bed and travel out, according to a San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

The lady took a flashlight outward to demeanour for a dog though found usually vast soppy duke prints.

A towering lion — not this one — is suspected of creation off with a 15-pound Portuguese Podengo in a center of a night in Pescadero, Calif.

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A towering lion — not this one — is suspected of creation off with a 15-pound Portuguese Podengo in a center of a night in Pescadero, Calif.

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After job 911, deputies came to hunt a area and pronounced a duke prints resembled those of a towering lion.

“They are really jarred adult about what happened,” Det. Salvador Zuno was quoted as observant by a Los Angeles Times.

The journal reports it’s still too early to endorse either a animal was indeed a towering lion. Wildlife sightings are not odd in Pescadero, a farming area about 45 miles south of San Francisco.

Mountain lions have a biggest operation of any vital reptile in a Americas, according to a National Wildlife Federation. From plateau to forests, from deserts to wetlands, towering lions can call it home.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife says some-more than half of a state is towering lion habitat. The animals are generally found where deer — a favorite food — are found. And while it is in their inlet to equivocate humans, towering lions will go after pets, stock and, in singular cases, people.

The dialect suggests deer-proofing a landscape around homes and pleat brush to revoke stealing places for towering lions.

The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office reminds residents to close and secure windows and doors.