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A former resident of Mountain Home, who now resides in Colorado, who has survived an attack on mountain lions, says he knew that he should do something sharp when the young cat's jaws remained jammed like he was  Thirty-year-old Travis Kaufman says that one leg hit a cat's neck and held it there when the animal fought. In the end, the animal stopped moving, and Kaufman pulled out his hand and departed. He told reporters on Thursday that he also tried to pierce the animal with twigs, but nothing worked until he reached the neck. After the mountain lion ceased to move and opened his jaws, he said that he was able to climb up the slope "and get a chase from Dodge."
According to the Florida Colorado Parks and Wildlife Service, Kaufman received more than  Kaufman, who has lived with his girlfriend for Fort Collins in the past forty years and is working in environmental consulting, loves outdoor recreation air
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