Mountain Lion Seen Eyeing Cat in Residential Neighborhood: Monrovia Homeowner

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A mountain lion and house cat recently came face-to-face in a Monrovia home's backyard, according to a homeowner.

Petey, the cat pictured, was behind this screen door in a Monrovia home when a mountain lion approached it on Sept. 3, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

Petey, the cat pictured, was behind this screen door in a Monrovia home when a mountain lion approached it on Sept. 3, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

Authorities responded to reports that a wild animal was at 362 North Grand Ave. (map) around 10 p.m. Wednesday, Monrovia Police Department Sgt. Coleman said.

Homeowner Barry Barmore said he saw the mountain lion when it hit the glass door that separated it from his cat, Petey.

"It sounded like somebody hit the glass with their fist," Barmore said.

Police did not find any signs of the mountain lion, but Barmore said its saliva could still be seen on the glass door.

Neighbors also reported recent mountain lion sightings.

 

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