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Feeling their power just feet from you

The Mountain Lion, the most beautiful and powerful cat in North America

This last week I went to the zoo with my nieces and nephew and we all got to be close to one the most powerful cat in North America. You could see the grace and beauty in this beautiful cat within 3 feet, but behind the safety of the glass which was just fine with me, because I know if I was that close in the wild, it would be the last thing I ever saw.  

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Comment balloon 17 commentsRespect Realty LLC • September 19 2011 01:37AM


The big cats are a great and powerful animal.  I would not want to come across them in the wild.

Posted by Elite Home Sales Team, A Tenacious and Skilled Real Estate Team (Elite Home Sales Team OC) about 7 years ago

Hey Todd, that is a really great photo.  Thanks for sharing a special family moment with us. 

Posted by Jordon Wheeler, J W Group Real Estate Sales and Service (The Jordon Wheeler Group) about 7 years ago

Hi Todd, thank goodness for the glass barricade.  thanks for sharing.

Posted by Ronald DiLalla, No. Orange Cty Real Estate (Century 21 Discovery DRE 01813824) about 7 years ago

Hi Todd, Awesome photo!  These animals are so beautiful - too bad they wouldn't appreciate being petted!

Posted by Joyce Godwin, Realtor, CRS, RE/MAX Elite Properties (RE/MAX Elite Properties; Serving Cypress, Spring, Tomball, NW Houston) about 7 years ago
Yes indeed, Todd! You would be one tasty morsel. I bet you would feed that cat for a week! Met Ken Rosenbam on the plane going to Austin Texas yesterday. He said he knows you well! Phil
Posted by Phil Leng, Phil Leng - Retired (Retired) about 7 years ago

Dear Todd,
Their movements are so smooth, aren't they? Fluid ...
And ...  behind glass is good!
Have a happy day -

Posted by Lynn B. Friedman, Concierge Service for Our Atlanta Sellers & Buyers (Atlanta Homes ODAT Realty Call/Text 404-939-2727 Buckhead - Midtown - Westside -- and more ...) about 7 years ago

Zoos are great and your picture is also great. Have a wonderful day my friend.


Posted by Cal Yoder, Homes For Sale in Lancaster PA - 717.413.0744 (Keller Williams Elite) about 7 years ago

Todd, we don't have a zoo here but the opportunity to come upon these beautiful animals in the wilderness areas. We use to live in Groveland in the Sierras and they would come through our property at night hunting. We would hear the kill screams of the deer. We never actually came face to face with any but many times we would find the kill remains on our walks. We learned about the animal and always kept a watchful eye. Never alone and always vigilant. I like the photo and I would guess it to be the only way I would get the shot! Have a great day!

Posted by Jeanean Gendron, Specializing in Selling Unique Properties (The Address Realty) about 7 years ago

Todd, great shot.

Most of the cats sleep during the day. The local zoo's around here have a members package where at certain times of the year you can go in at night and get a totally different look at the animals.

They also do night time holiday events just for members.

The zoo...............always a cool field trip

Enjoy the day

Posted by Don MacLean, Realtor - Homes For Sale - Franklin MA (Simolari & MacLean REMAX EXECUTIVE REALTY) about 7 years ago

Hi Todd -

Cats are beautiful and you got a great pic of this one!  You did a great job of not getting any reflection from the glass wall.  When my wife and I wilderness camp she always says she'd rather bump into a bear than a cat.  We've encountered bear but not cat so far which is fine with me too.

Best regards from the Q

John McCormack

Posted by John McCormack, CRS, Honesty, Integrity, Results, Experienced. HIRE Me! (Albuquerque Homes Realty) about 7 years ago

Here kitty, kitty - NOT! I agree that you really want a big strong glass wall between you and this cat. Love the Oregon Zoo - and you did a capture a nice photo of this beautiful creature.

Posted by Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD, REALTORS® in Clark County, WA (ViewHomes of Clark County - Nature As Neighbors) about 7 years ago


They're carnassial carnivores, but not carrion! Just smell dead and don't move.

Good move ttaking the sylbling's kids, cats prefer tender meat.



Posted by William J. Archambault, Jr. (The Real Estate Investment Institute ) about 7 years ago

What a beautiful Cat ... and fantastic photo I can almost feel the softness of the fur


Posted by Hannah Williams, Expertise NE Philadelphia & Bucks 215-953-8818 (Re/Max Eastern inc.) about 7 years ago


Look at those eyes. Very large and intense. Yes, powerful. :)


Posted by Steve Hoffacker, Certified Aging In Place Specialist-Instructor (Steve Hoffacker LLC) about 7 years ago

William, I was always told to never go camping alone, always go camping with someone slower than you!


Posted by Respect Realty LLC, Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate (Respect Realty LLC) about 7 years ago

Oh wow!!!  Now this is an amazing shot!  I live in cougar country in my backyard.  They are there, but I have never seen them.  Thanksfully in a weird way!!!

Posted by Chris Alston, Silicon Valley, California (Chris Alston (Keller Williams Realty, Silicon Valley, California)) about 7 years ago

Todd-Nice photo. National Geographic has a series on the big cats. So graceful, agile, and strong. That's the whole athletic package, plus big teeth.

Posted by Wayne Johnson, San Antonio REALTOR, San Antonio Homes For Sale (Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper REALTORS®) about 7 years ago

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