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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Can’t get high enough – Bobcat leaps 50 feet to escape enemy

This bobcat leapt 50 feet up a prickly cactus and stayed there for  six hours to escape from a mountain lion  in the Sonoran Desert, Gold  Canyon, Arizona, United States. The terrified feline climbed to the top  of the Giant Saguaro Cactus and was so scared it stayed on top of the  catctus for several hours.
Picture: Curt Fonger/solent

This bobcat leapt 50 feet up a prickly cactus and stayed there for six hours to escape from a mountain lion in the Sonoran Desert, Gold Canyon, Arizona, United States.

The terrified feline climbed to the top of the Giant Saguaro Cactus and was so scared it stayed on top of the cactus for several hours.

Picture: Curt Fonger/solent

The Bobcat’s situation reminded me of this song:

I know she wasn’t singing about terrified felines…was she?

 

 

 

Somewhere in the backround Diana Ross is singing to this lonely Bobcat…or the Bobcat is thinking there’s no mountain high enough so he had to get on top of this damn Giant Saguaro Cactus!

2 comments:

grackle said...

Sorry Dave, not a prickly pear. That there is one of them saguaro suckers, true nuf.

As you were.

Dave Stancliff said...

I'm so confused. I thought I said giant saguaro cactus...
where did the prickly pear come from???