Starving, stranded mountain lion whelp gets a moment chance after being spared by vets

In some cases wild creatures are found harmed, wiped out or in require of offer assistance – and it takes a few kind

individuals to step up and get them back on their feet. That was the case as of late, after one California zoo came to the protect of an stranded mountain lion whelp. Agreeing to a press discharge from the Oakland Zoo, the stranded five-

month-old offspring, presently named Rose, was to begin with found by climbers at Thornewood Open Space Protect in San Mateo, and was clearly in require of help. She was extremely underweight, weighing 8.8 pounds when the normal<

estimate at her age is 30 pounds. Teams from the Midpeninsula Territorial Open Space Locale and California Division of Angle and Natural life worked to capture the whelp so they might get her the assistance she needed. The zoo says she

was found “in the scratch of time,” and was in peril of starvation: they gauge she hadn’t eaten anything in weeks. “She is excruciatingly thin,” said Dr. Alex Herman, the zoo’s VP of Veterinary Services. “To survive, her body turn to expending