Sarah Bole could barely move when she saw a mountain lion outside her house, and the cat was staring right at her Shih-Poo, Dash.
There was a glass door between the massive feline, and Dash and Sarah tried to get her dog to move away from the cat. Dash sat down and watched the mountain lion come closer.
They live in Grand Lake, Colorado, where mountain lions are common. Still, Sarah had never seen one in person until this moment. To Sarah, it seemed that Dash was fearless, but he probably didn’t know what the muscular cat was capable of.
Dash continued to sit in front of the glass, wagging his tail as the mountain lion pawed at the door. The cat may have also been fascinated by his own reflection.
At this point, Sarah said she was shaking, and she could be heard breathing more heavily. While the mountain lion did not look aggressive, he did look as if he was prowling.
Dash was thrilled while Sarah was worried for his life. She could barely move, and she didn’t know if the cat saw her.
Around two minutes later, the mountain lion finally turned around and walked away. Dash stood up and started barking, and Sarah told him to stay quiet.