Wellness Assessment Underway for Hill Lion P-22
Joint Press Release
The The Golden State Division of Fish and also Wild Animals (CDFW) and also National Forest Solution (NPS) have actually efficiently tranquilized the hill lion called P-22 and also carried him to a wild pet treatment center for a complete wellness analysis. After a first evaluation by certified vets, the lion was considered to be in secure problem and also is undertaking added vet analysis.
On Thursday, Dec. 8, CDFW introduced their intent to record the world-famous hill lion and also bring him in for a health and wellness analysis. CDFW and also NPS discovered P-22 today south of his veteran house variety in Griffith Park, in the Los Feliz location. A confidential record last evening suggested that he might have been struck by an automobile.
CDFW had actually not established any kind of catches yet as P-22 lay. Rather, upon figuring out where he was with the GPS areas and also signal from his monitoring collar, biologists had the ability to dart him in your area. CDFW vets and also NPS biologists will certainly identify the very best following actions for the pet while additionally focusing on the security of the bordering areas.
CDFW and also NPS give thanks to the neighborhood for supplying aid when asked and also for avoiding interfering in the initiative.
CDFW and also NPS have actually long partnered on concerns connected to P-22 and also will certainly interact to locate one of the most gentle choice offered for the lion and also the neighborhood in which he lives. CDFW and also NPS have actually currently been in call with leading establishments for pet treatment and also rehab.
CDFW and also NPS acknowledge the amount of individuals are worried regarding hill lions, their preservation, and also P-22 specifically, and also we value this rate of interest. We will certainly remain to give updates as they appear.
CDFW is in charge of looking after the administration and also preservation of hill lions in the state. NPS has actually been examining hill lions around the Santa Monica Hills for the last 20 years to identify just how they endure in a fragmented and also urbanized setting.