VIDEO of Murray Cougar spotted near Fashion Place Mall

VIDEO of Murray Cougar spotted near Fashion Place Mall

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4) – Just hours before being captured by the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR), a cougar who had been frequenting Murray was captured on a home camera near Fashion Place Mall.

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The DWR captured the male Cougar around 11:30 AM. A few hours earlier, a resident had captured the enormous cat on his front step.

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The first video shows the cougar prance across the driveway at Murray’s residential home Monday morning.

The second video shows him politely using the front steps to leave the house.

Rob Gray provided the videos.

The footage was taken in the vicinity of Fashion Place Mall, just north I-215.

Officials have captured the cougar, but his female companion remains wanted.

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Monday was the day that the Murray cougar was released back into the wild by the DWR

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DWR stressed that the Murray cougars were not the ones who have been visiting West Valley City.

The West Valley City Cougar has killed seven sheep in the region and was last seen last Wednesday when the sheep deaths were reported.

The cougar will be killed if it is caught, as it has already killed domestic animals.

If you find a cougar living in your area, please contact the DWR.

The DWR also suggests safety tips for cougar encounters.

  • Never run from a cougar, since that could trigger the cougar’s instincts to chase.
  • Maintain eye contact.
  • Take care of your pets and children.
  • Stand tall.
  • Do not crouch, squat or crouch.
  • You can make yourself appear larger by raising your arms and waving your jacket above your head.
  • Talk strongly in a loud voice and then slowly back away from the area.
  • If attacked, fight back! Protect your neck and head.
  • If you are sufficiently aggressive, the cougars may flee.
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