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Just before dark last night, residents in the Deschutes Riverwoods spotted two cougars a few hours apart. Our news partner, News Channel 21 reports one resident saw a cougar dragging a dead deer onto the lawn of a home near Pumice Butte Road and Shoshone Lane. Deschutes County Deputies working on the case did see a cougar, and warned residents that the cat will probably come back for the dead seer and warned them to be aware and take precautions.  Officials say it is uncommon for cougars to be so visible, and they believe these cats are the two that residents have often observed. State officials will be considering options on what to do next.

 

 

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